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Okay, even the ingredients in this tea scream gross to me. I got a sample of this, so I might as well give it a go. Being a green tea it’s sort of delicate, so I only steeped it for 2 mins. I can taste the peppercorns and popped rice… Possibly the pineapple. I had to put sugar in this to even drink it, so that might be bringing it out. I’m really glad I can’t taste the bamboo cause I hate that in tea. This tea is drinkable but meh.
Flavors: Peppercorn, Pineapple
Whoa, first sniff hurt my nose. This tea smells super spicy! Sniff with caution. I hesitantly brewed myself a hot cup of this today and added some sugar. Surprisingly it’s not as spicy tasting as it smells. Instead its a lovely blend of spices I actually like. I taste the cinnamon, and maybe the black pepper. (I’m not too good at distinguishing different spices.)
Flavors: Black Pepper, Cinnamon, Spices
Backlogged. I tried this at a Steeped Tea party and was completely sure I would hate it – because I hate coconut. But to my surprise it doesn’t taste as coconutty as it smells. I finished my sample cup, and even had a couple more cups. It’s very light in flavour and doesn’t have an aftertaste, which is good. I wouldn’t buy this one, but it wasn’t bad at all.
Flavors: Coconut, Smooth
I got 25g of this tea for only $2, so can’t go wrong with this one. It smells super good. I taste apple and cinnamon firstly, it could also be the spices because I don’t see cinnamon as an ingredient. It is a pretty simple tea, but its a good and tasty one. Perfect for fall, especially on this rainy day.
Flavors: Apple, Cinnamon, Spices
I honestly didn’t enjoy this tea as much as I thought I would. I automatically thought it would be good because of the apricot but I just really didn’t like the aftertaste of it. I’m also not the biggest chai person as well… It was worth the try, though I gave it to a friend.
Well… This sounded really good, though I’d prefer it wasn’t a rooibos tea. It’s a good berry like tea, but the rooibos taste just isn’t for me. Weird because some rooibos teas I can clearly taste it and some I don’t. This is one I taste the rooibos in. Maybe it would be better with some milk added.
Flavors: Berry, Rooibos
Started my day with an iced cup of this mixed with DT’s Ceremonial Matcha, with a little milk and agave added. Since both of these matchas don’t have sugar added, it was quite different for me but since I added a little agave it tasted pretty yummy actually. This has a great banana flavour to it. The only other way I’ve had this was in a banana loaf (which didn’t have real bananas, just the matcha) and it was really good as well.
This dream doesn’t contain real vanilla. Even though the flavor is quite good, I feel let down that it’s all in the natural flavors. Or at least that’s what I assume. Regardless, they chose a great base for this tea. I can’t quite pinpoint what it is but I would assume a ceylon. It melds nicely with the rest of the flavors to give it a creamy finish on the tongue. The vanilla flavor is there but definitely not as pronounced as some other black vanilla teas that I’ve had.
Why call it mango delight when it has pineapple pieces and pineapple flavor? How about Enchanting Pineapple or Tropical Tango? Perhaps the mango is in the natural flavors? Besides the bad titling it’s actually a delightful tea…. ah thus the delight. Tropical Delight. Sorry. The liquid is a clear, dark yellow. Filled with tropical flavors. Take your pick; it’s in there. I’m even tasting a bit of kumquat oddly enough. Mainly pineapple though. Don’t bother smelling the dry leaf. It’s kinda weird. Also strangely enough there really isn’t much taste coming from the green base.
Recently became a consultant for Steeped Tea and in order to tell people what I think of their tea I think it is only right to test out the teas. While I wasn’t a big fan of the black tea version this version of their Earl Grey is quite good.
The bergamot is perfectly balanced in flavor. It doesn’t over power the grassy green flavor and leaves enough room for a slight sweet cream finish. The liquid is an amber color. Upon opening the tea you will find that the tea leaves are rolled. Almost looking more like an oolong then a green tea. (A good sign in my opinion). Then the resulting smell? Amazing. The citrus and fruit aroma given off by the tea is heavenly.
Speaking of bergamot, did you know its not an edible fruit?
Flavors: Bergamot, Citrus, Fruity
Baby is born and I’m back to drinking tea.
Hot: Skeptical. If they expect everyone to have it cold they must not think its good warm? Good thing I’m wrong. It’s quite tasty warm. Fruity notes with a slight grassy note or two at the end.
Steep time: 3 – 4 minutes
Cold: Apparently 4 minutes wasn’t enough to maintain the flavor as it as very watery. Gave it a good ten minutes and that seems to be a good start. Lemony notes with a grassy sencha finish. Also some interesting fruity notes.
Steep time: At least 10 mins probably more if brewing in cold water from the start.
Flavors: Fruity, Grass
Got this one back in December right before baby #2 made his early entrance into the world.
The first time I had it, I didn’t care for it at all. I’m so use to Davidstea’s matchas that have the sugar in them, that this one really surprised me when it wasn’t sweet. So, today I had a thought… why not mix it with a davidstea one and see what happens!
I put one matcha spoon of this one and one of Peach matcha from davidstea. And it was really good! The pineapple was the leading flavour. I didn’t really get much peach, but the sweetness of the davidstea peach matcha did come through. So, that made me enjoy this one a lot. And I really liked that it wasn’t overly sweet like I sometimes find the davidstea flavoured ones to be. I would absolutely do this mix again. I might even mix this one with the vanilla one next to see how it turns out. Maybe even add a bit more of the davidstea one and see if it can shine a bit more.
Maybe I’m crazy, but there seems to be a few pineapple pieces that showed up? Or did I just not whisk it enough? I didn’t like that part at all. I took most of them out. I don’t like to eat my matcha. But yeah I would get this one again.And I bet it would be good in orange juice.
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Flavors: Sweet, Vanilla
It’s not a bad chai tea, but very average. It has a light cinnamon taste, but I prefer my chai quite strong. It’s very mild for a chai, which isn’t bad but just not for me. It is listed as a gingery tea, but I didn’t really taste the ginger. The cinnamom and cardamon is definitely noticable, however.
For a stronger taste, I recommend using double the tea than one would normally use. It’s certainly not a bad tea, just not anything spectacular like Steeped Tea’s usual fare.
Flavors: Cardamon, Cinnamon, Ginger