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If you liked jolly ranchers as a kid, you may like this. It tastes and smells almost exactly like a cherry jolly rancher. It’s a punch to the nose and the taste buds that completely threw me off my game.
If anyone wants it, get in touch, I’d be happy to have it out of my house.
Flavors: Artificial, Cherry
I was a little surprised by this tea. A lot of strawberry flavored teas are just that, flavored. And that makes them overwhelming, cloying, and entirely too much like drinking an air freshner for me.
This tea, however, is the real flavor. It tastes like a cup of green tea that you’ve mashed fully ripe strawberries into.
That said, fruit teas are still not 100% my jam (no pun intended). I’d drink it, but it won’t be a “must have” for me.
Flavors: Strawberry, Tea
I love a good, fresh lemon flavor, so a nice lemon tea sounded right up my alley.
Unfortunately, the flavor is more lemon pith than lemon rind, and the drying process seems to have given it an earthy flavor that I found unpleasant. The sweetness mentioned did not show up in my cup, and I don’t add sugar (I’m not sure it would have made it better, anyway)The tea is overwhelmed by the lemon pith flavor, leaving me with what I consider an undrinkable cup.
I’ve not tried this for a cold or flu yet, just for flavor.
And I’ll probably keep buying it until they stop making it or I run out of money. This tea is absolutely delicious!
The first taste and aroma is a bit like a tart apple cider to me. As it cools down, the herb and berry flavors come in behind it and it gets more “full” to the mouth.
I haven’t tried it iced yet, but it’s definitely on my list with such great flavors.
Flavors: Apple, Hibiscus, Sweet, Tart