It isn’t much on its own, but it combines well.
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Decent, but nothing spectacular. The orange doesn’t come through very well.
I always cold steep my rooibos overnight to pull out fruit and cut out the woodsy taste, it might work with this tea as well
Sweet and tasty. The lemon and rooibos combine very nicely.
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The flavor is just okay. It’s pleasant but lacks any outstanding quality of complexity.
Delicious, full-flavored, and complex. It holds up to several steepings, each with a slightly different flavor, but all of them good.
Boring flavor that comes off more musty than anything else.
The flavor was kind of a mish-mash that wasn’t sweet enough and didn’t really go well together. It also didn’t taste very much like orange.
Pleasant flavor, but it’s too mild for me, and lacks the toastiness I hoped for.
Has a nice clean grassy flavor.
Straightforward, good quality chrysanthemum flowers. Makes a nice tisane by itself and mixes well, too. Be careful, though. Steeping too long takes the flavor from pleasant to medicinal.
The flavors just didn’t mesh very well. Somehow the sweetness of the caramel tasted more like aspartame with none of the characteristic caramel complexity.
The bitterness of this black tea is fairly mild, and the overall flavor is muted with a pleasant well-roundedness.
Powerfully smoky and strongly bitter. Drinking this straight was no fun at all. Adding milk and sweetener helped, but it only improved “can’t drink” to “don’t want to drink.”
The spice flavors don’t come through very well leaving a fairly flat black tea with just a hint that there’s something else going on, but not enough to enjoy.