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Absolutely my favorite tea of any color. First try it was OK. After 3 or 4 I was hooked. It’s a comfort food for me now. Three local Krogers appeared out of it and I was frantic – it looked like it might have been discontinued! NOOOOO!!! This is my main green tea, which I firmly believed has been instrumental in my losing about 40 lbs in 6 months (15 more than I wanted to, actually).
Only one word for this tea: heavenly!
Beautiful, full flavor cinnamon and the taste of hibiscus and orange peels give it a nice sweetness, without the need for sugar or honey.
I was planning only keeping this one at work, but I believe I’ll be taking it home as well!
Flavors: Cinnamon, Fruity, Orange
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This tea reminds me a lot of one from when I lived in Hawaii. Even though this is a bagged tea, the leaves are actually pretty good quality Ceylon and the flavor is refreshing. This one is good iced or hot, with or without sweetener, with or without creamer. The papaya and passion fruit flavors are sweet enough to drink straight, which is what I personally prefer. The closest comparison that I’ve had would be to the Rainbow Hawaii from my childhood, sold The Pacific Place’s Tea garden. That one is sold in loose leaf and only slightly better because it has more tropical fruit flavors that are better balanced.
Still the best tea I have ever found a grocery store before they brought Harney and Son’s to Target. A naturally sweet tea combined with just the right amount of cinnamon and almost impossible to over-steep, burn, or mess up in anyway. It’s my go to first tea to help get someone into drinking tea and bring them over to the dark side.
Flavors: Cinnamon, Hibiscus, Spices, Sweet
The smell of this tea is enough to drive me crazy. I’m not a big green tea person, but how light and fruity this tea was really made me happy. It’s very mellow, so not an every day kind of drink for me, but over all I liked it a lot. Definitely will be drinking more.
Flavors: Blueberry, Fruity
A very bland tea, as I’m learning. Maybe something for when my senses are very sensitive, but definitely not an every day drink. Steeped the recommended 3-5 minutes with boiling water. I added sweetener and cream to try and bring out a flavor, but absolutely nothing. I’m essentially drinking hot water. Which is ok, I guess, just not for me.