3 Tasting Notes
Sweet Rose? Yes, please. Holy basil? Heavens yes! “Stress-Relieving & Magical”? You & Betcha. Sometimes I get lucky and stumble across a delightful tea — smells wonderful, tastes divine to me. It’s another one of those teas in which the tea bag can remain in your cup as you sip, kinda like Traditional Medicinals Cranberry Weightless. Ohhhhhm yeah. Enjoy. :^) — [ oh yes, and: it’s caffeine-free + organic + fair trade = nirvana ]
Flavors: Floral, Rose, Tulsi
This is officially one of my favorite teas. Just as another reviewer mentioned leaving the tea bag in the cup while sipping, I also leave it in until the last drop. It never gets bitter, just stronger. It’s slightly sweet and tart with a hint licorice (fennel, to be exact) and, to me, smells like a bouquet of flowers as you sip. I love it. <3 Ingredients: A blend of fennel, parsley, red clover, uva ursi, cleavers and chicory, as well as cranberry and hibiscus
Flavors: Cranberry, Fennel Seed, Floral, Fruity, Hibiscus
Man, I wish I liked this tea. Obviously, because I’ve bought this tea twice — first to try it and the last because I forgot “dang it, this is the one that tastes like how pencil sharpenings smell.” To me. Just an opinion of course, but I know some people have got to love it, and I really wanted to like this especially since its ingredient list seemed right on-target for the tastes I usually enjoy. Can anyone guess and help me pinpoint which one is the woody, pencil-lead scented ingredient — or perhaps it’s a combo or two or more herbs? I love all on the list — but looking into it, perhaps it’s the Alfalfa, Burdock or Irish Moss. It truly transports me back to the third grade and freshly sharpened no. 2 pencils.