3 Tasting Notes
It’s pleasant if you are looking for a mild tea. If you drink it right after a stronger tea, it tastes like spinach. Honestly though, it doesn’t really matter because the taste just isn’t exactly there.
Flavors: Dry Grass, Peach, Spinach, Wheat
I could barely taste the peach in the tea! It was a faint after-taste at best; at worst it was a slightly pleasant flavour of tap water. I promise you, I do not have a cold. You would be better off with a loose tea.
Flavors: Fig, Fruity, Peach, Plant Stems
Tastes like walking into a candy shop that was opened many decades ago; it has a taste about it that you will fall in love with. It is full bodied, though a bit dry, like dark berries. I used to steal these from the tea area where one of my family worked, but I would love to have my own! Let it steep for around two-three minutes; it has marvelous potential and the rose hips balance the tartness of the berries perfectly!
Flavors: Blackberry, Blueberry, Dark Bittersweet, Dark Wood, Rosehips