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Got this as a 50g frequent steeper award. It comes in a HUGE bag. I do like it, it’s very honey heavy. Reading the ingredients now I did notice the stevia extract while drinking it but figured it was the artificial honey flavouring I was tasting. The bag will last a long time and I don’t plan on buying more when it runs out. Probably the prettiest loose tea I’ve ever seen though!
This one is sooo good! Chocolatey, coconutty, creamy. I like black teas with and without milk, but I can’t imagine this one without. I tried it with some “old fashioned” chocolate milk that was 3.25% MF (basically melted milkshake boiiiiii) and fuuuuuuck meee dude. Excellent afternoon treat. I got a 100g tin at the beginning of the month and it’s almost gone.
Woke up with a cold and sore throat on the weekend so I decided to try this one finally. I really don’t like ginger but I didn’t mind this one. It soothed my throat quite well! Although the last two mouthfuls of each mug were extremely gingery, I still enjoyed the rest. I got three decent steeps out of 1 PS in a 16oz mug.
Smells strongly of pineapple, mango and peach. Tropical and light. I haven’t tried many kombucha teas so I don’t know how this relates.
It tastes less tropical than it smells, but still very good. It’s not super sweet despite there being so many sweet fruits in it. I could imagine this as a refreshing iced tea. Probably excellent in summer.
I don’t know if I would re-purchase this but I wouldn’t complain if it was a gift.
Flavors: Malt, Mango, Peach, Pineapple, Roasted, Tart, Tropical
I just hit Nirvana with this tea, it is incredible! The liquor is a pale amber and the smell is just wonderful and the taste is truly beautiful. This is the first time I have experienced a white tea and coupled with jasmine I must say they compliment each other quite well. This will be a staple at my home
Flavors: Apricot, Jasmine, Pear, White Grapes
At first I really enjoyed the earthy mint flavour. It’s not overwhelming mint. After a few cups I’ve now tasted ginger or liquorice and it isn’t something I would buy again. I’d recommend it for those who love mint and ginger. It is a well made tea but it’s not to my taste.
Flavors: Earth, Ginger, Licorice, Mint
Extremely earthy for having so much chocolate listed in the ingredients. I taste very little chocolate and instead the chocolate seems to give it a creamy, earthy flavour. Let this one steep for a long time otherwise you’ll taste dirt. Once it steeps for an absurd amount of time (15 minutes plus) you can finally taste chocolate. I expected this to be sweet and it isn’t. Even though my expectations were totally false, this is still a good tea. Just don’t expect to be drinking liquid chocolate.
Flavors: Chocolate, Creamy, Dirt, Earth, Forest Floor, Mocha
I really like this tea for so many reasons, it’s caffeine- free, it has no calories which I just can’t believe because this is just so damn decadent and the smell is HEAVENLY!
The first cup I had was just with water and it was great however the second cup I added almond milk and half a teaspoon of sugar and and it turned the tea from great to flippin fantastic! You need to try this tea.
Flavors: Brown Sugar, Butterscotch, Caramel
So I am a lucky woman I took my mom out for her birthday and treated her out for lunch with me and my girls and then she surprised me a month early for my birthday a bunch of DavidsTea, this was one of them!
So what do I think? Well I love strawberry, I love Rhubarb and Yogurt so did I love this tea? The answer is YES! A great mix between sweet and tart.
Flavors: Rhubarb, Strawberry, Tart
Oh my what an amazing Early Grey this is, the creaminess from this brew is just divine. Drinking this tea feels like being enveloped in a warm blanket of liquid goodness. The vanilla notes with the cream are just perfect for this tea. I do believe I have a new favourite in the house.
Flavors: Bergamot, Cream, Vanilla