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This is a very fruity blend. It tends to brew a dark pink color and the goji pretty much overwhelms any natural green tea coming through. I don’t drink tea with any additives (sugar, honey, etc.) and this one definitely doesn’t need any.
Flavors: Fruity, Goji, Raspberry
YES this is soooo good!
I made a tea latte with it (added coconut milk and a dash of maple syrup to sweeten). It’s perfect!
I had a sip hot, yum but since Im in Flordia and it’s a hot day, I made it iced. So so good.
I steeped some in half of the mug for four minutes then transferred it to a mason jar to make it into an iced latte. I steeped the tea bag in a full mug to have a second cup and it was perfect! I got two drinks out of this. Def would buy again.
This is a tasty tea, especially for hot lattes. My largest (and only) gripe with this tea is that it is too similar to the other green tea by David’s called “Movie Night.” Especially when made a latte, the two are virtually indistinguishable. The reason it becomes troublesome to me is that Movie Night is a sweet tea, supposedly attempting to resemble sweet and salty movie snacks, and has sugar. If Toasted Walnut had less of a sweet taste to it like Movie Night, it would be perfect.
Flavors: Butter, Grass, Sweet, Walnut
Found a sample while clearing out the cabinet, so I had to give it a try. The pouch insisted I was supposed to put the whole thing in the infuser…2 tsp seemed a bit much, so I compensated by dropping the steep time drastically.
It was…underwhelming, again. Smelled fruity, but it didn’t really come through (even with a longer 1.5 min second steep) and just tasted like a lacklustre green. I’m willing to assume that the issue might’ve been with my steeps, so I’ll hold off on rating this one officially.
I won’t be buying it again, though.
I got this as part of a sampler. I wouldn’t buy something like this on its own. It’s pretty sour. It’s basically entirely lemon with no perceptible amount of strawberry except the pink color of the liquid. I like lemon teas, but this one is too bitter and artificial. It was slightly better cold, but still not too enjoyable.
I really enjoyed this detox tea, almost as much as I loved the antioxidants in this blend. It’s got a sweet, but almost floral taste. I added a bit of sugar, and no milk ( usually I drink mine with milk). I would buy this again, just because it’s a good detox tea and has a nice taste too.
Flavors: Berries, Hibiscus, Lemongrass
When brewed correctly, this is one of my favorite teas to indulge in. I love the peachy floral notes in this delicate cup. It definitely is temperamental, and easy to turn into a bitter mess with oversteeping. That said, I keep the water relatively cool and steep time quick.
Flavors: Floral, Grass, Honey, Peach
I bought this remembering the first time i had EGC at the Granville Island Tea Company when I was 18. This didn’t match my memory and was more malt and vanilla and less bergamot that I remember. My husband loved it and is sipping away.
Not sure if i got a bad batch as I ordered from DavidsTea on Amazon or if it just isnt for me. 2 tsp tea. 475ml water for 5 min as per the package.
I might make a Granville Island purchase to compare.
Edit: i tried a cup today at Davids Tea… I just dont like it.
I’m not a big fan of the added candy bits, just because I don’t really have a preference for adding an sweetener to my tea. So, on it’s own, this tea is a bit meh for me. I actually like that the pumpkin flavor isn’t very strong, but I do wish the spice was a bit more. However, I tried adding a small pinch of lapsang souchong (which is a very smokey tea) and now it’s a go-to combo for a fall pick me up.
Flavors: Spicy, Sweet