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Another one from Sips By. I don’t have a lot to say about this… Besides the fact that it is INTENSELY YELLOW and stained my steel mesh infuser a weird goldish color. It brews up almost opaque and leaves a hefty little cloud of powder on the bottom of my tumbler.
Turmeric takes the lead as far as flavors go. Then ginger and some sort of citrus-like note. It is somewhat spicy, and medicinal-tasting to me. Probably would be nice to sip if you were sick with a cold, though. Especially with a little honey.
Also, thumbs down for no caffeine. I just… am so much less likely to drink a caffeine free tea. I need that boost!
Flavors: Citrusy, Ginger, Medicinal
Bought this at the Coffee and Tea Festival NYC in Brooklyn last month. It is fairly good. However the cacao is not very strong and the coconut is a little too strong for the blend. Between the flavorings they do a good job of muting the fermentation of the puerh however. Overall this is good. I would just like it if it had more of a chocolate taste.
I brewed this one time in a 16oz Teavana Glass Perfect Tea Maker/Gravity Steeper with 3 tsp leaf and boiling water for 3 minutes.
UPDATE: Brewed it with correct parameters this time and it’s just a very mellow, pleasant comforting vanilla rooibos even if nothing to write home about. Increasing rating to 65.
Fairly smooth and drinkable, but a sort of dull, earthy, acidic aroma as opposed to a truly inspirational fragrance that the best rooiboses have. I used boiling water with maybe double the leaves required. Will try again with the proper amount. Rating: 62
This makes a delicious cup of tea. I bought it without tasting it at the Coffee and Tea Festival in Brooklyn. The chocolate flavor isn’t too heavy and the coconut is more noticeable than the chocolate I think. It definitely still tastes like tea, which sometimes gets lost on heavily flavored teas. Overall I it has a great balance and I’m planning to get more.
Flavors: Cacao, Chocolate, Cocoa, Coconut, Cookie, Roasted
It’s dark and rich with the cocoa being the primary flavor supported by the deeper tones of the pu-erh. It’s not strong or heavy. It smells chocolaty, but there is little to basically no chocolate to the taste. Just a thick brown molasses textured flavor of cacao filling the mouth.
Note: that’s molasses feel, not flavor.
Slight natural sweetness that isn’t defined but is, like the earthy pu-erh, an underlying structural support.
Heavy enough flavor to be satisfying. Noticeable and distinct without a strong pu-erh taste. If you’re a cocoa lover I strongly suggest it. But also light enough that it doesn’t overwhelm the palette, good for any time of day, IMO, or with most foods.
Flavors: Cacao, Dark Bittersweet, Dark Chocolate, Earth, Mud, Sweet
This is another tea bought from the Coffee and Tea Festival NYC the other day. It is quite good. It has a mild peach flavor and a sweet aftertaste. So far all of her teas have been good. I have one of hers I have yet to try. There is little in the way of bitterness or astringency to this tea.
I brewed this one time in a 16oz Teavana Glass Perfect Tea Maker/Gravity Steeper with 3 tsp leaf and 190 degree water for 3 min.
Picked this one tonight because it is low in caffeine. Bought it the other day at the Coffee and Tea Festival NYC. It’s somewhat roasty and quite vegetal. There is a very slight sour note to it also, very slight. There is a definite floral note to it as well.
I brewed this one time in a 16oz Teavana Glass Perfect Tea Maker/Gravity Steeper with 3 tsp leaf and 175 degree water for 2 min.
This tea is tasty with notes of blueberry. It had a certain natural sweetness to it when I tasted it prior to adding honey I got at the expo. It goes very well with honey.
I brewed this once in a 16oz Teavana Perfect Tea Maker/Gravity Steeper with 185 degree water and 3 tsp leaf for 2 mini.
Bought this tea at the Coffee and Tea Expo NYC today. As I drink peppermint tea every day this was a natural choice to review. It is very tasty and very minty, what else is there to say except that it is very good for your digestive system. It is certainly the healthiest tea I bought today. Not that any I can think of were unhealthy mind you. Her teas were I thought overpriced but all her samples were tasty. Still, I bought five. She had a deal where you buy four and get one free.
I brewed this once in a 16oz Teavana Glass Perfect Tea Maker/Gravity Steeper with 3 tsp leaf and boiling water for 4 min.
Flavors: Peppermint, Spearmint
I got this tea while seeing the Misstea stand in Bryant Park, in Manhattan for the holidays. They let me try some as a sample, and I was hooked!
This is still my favorite tea of theirs. It has bright flavors. The lemon isn’t overpowering and there is a bit of a sweet undertone from the hibiscus. I can’t describe it aside a sweet floral taste. It’s very well balanced and tasty.
I was looking for a real mint blend that will taste fresh and pure for a while.
The first thing that you get from this Mint infusion is a real great smell of mint.
It also tastes like the closest thing to fresh mint leaves.
This tea is also great as iced tea. It is naturally sweet, so i didn’t need to add any kind of sweetener.
Its refreshing especially in a hot summer day as iced. It is feels good on the stomach after a meal. Fresh and healthy. Totally in love.
I love a good herbal tea at night, and this blend is exactly the kind I like. It feels fresh and whenever I drink it I feel like I am treating my body and my mind. It just feels and tastes so healthy! It is definitely one of the most special herbal infusions I have tried. It tastes floral but yet earthy with a sweet finish.