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Hmm. The flavor is certainly mild. It’s not as strong as my favorite teas; then again, it’s a namebrand tea, they seem to be afraid of “BOOM B***H HERE’S YOUR FLAVOR”. (Except for Harney and Sons.)
It has a pleasant sugar cookie taste, and when I first started drinking it after adding sweetener I really liked it. But then I noticed a hingering aftertaste…research online shows they’ve added stevia to this tea as part of the ‘natural flavors’, which I’m not a huge fan of. I’d drink this again, but I wish I knew what the old formula tasted like.
Flavors: Artificial, Cookie, Sugar, Sweet
Oh my gaaaammmmmm.
I was not expecting much, but I should’ve expected much considering how much I love Hot Cinnamon Spice. A packet of sweetener, and it tastes like fancy vanilla ice cream. Definitely recommended.
Flavors: Marshmallow, Red Apple, Sweet, Vanilla
angrily smashes plastic cup
This is not tea! This is not tea! THIS IS NOT TEA!
five minutes of hyperventilating later
Glad I got that out of my system. Now, reviewing this in a more mature manner. This is not a tea I enjoy, nor is it a tea I think many experienced tea drinkers will enjoy. It’s more sugar than tea. And if you have to have more sugar then tea to enjoy tea you might as well have a Coke.
Flavors: Artificial, Sugar, Sweet