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I found these sachets last night and it made me so happy! I missed this blend so much when Teavana closed. Sachets aren’t as good as the loose leaf version; this version has a fake-y scent to it. It’s still good though. I get notes of mango, pineapple, candy, hibiscus, and orange.
Glad to see that Starbucks hasn’t completely pulled the plug on one of my absolute faves.
Flavors: Candy, Hibiscus, Mango, Orange Blossom, Pineapple, Pleasantly Sour, Sweet
I got this tea in the “get your groove on” gift set. out of the 4 flavours in the box, it came in fourth, but that’s only because I reallllly loved the other 3 flavours. It’s fragrant, light and fruity, good to blend with a light green tea ( I believe I blended it with Teavana’s Mint Green Tea).
Meh, there is lemon, there is lime, there are some bitter nuances that I wish weren’t there. No sweetness from the lemongrass or rooibos and the citrus is cloying. It isn’t undrinkable, but it isn’t something I would buy again. I’m also not sure what kampai is, but I was hoping for meringue or vanilla cream. Instead, I just get citrus, apple, and some weird herbal notes.
Flavors: Apple Candy, Bitter, Citrus, Lemon, Lemon Zest, Lemongrass, Lime, Powdered sugar
I tried this for the first time this morning. It was from a very old sample (a few years?) that was still totally sealed in the back of my cupboard, but I still wonder if the age effected the taste. I do not taste even one bit of pineapple or coconut. All I’m getting is chai and a bit of the underlying white tea. The cinnamon and cardamom kind of overpower everything else. Luckily I like those flavors, so it was still drinkable. But I could see this being really delicious if the pineapple and coconut notes were there. Will have to try again with maybe more tea or a slightly longer brew time to see if that makes a difference.
Flavors: Cardamon, Cinnamon, Licorice, Spices, Tea
This is the first and only “creme” earl grey that I’ve tried. I’m not sure what exactly gives it that creamy taste (vanilla?), but it’s certainly there when compared to the regular earl greys I’ve had. I find that this is a gentler flavor for first thing in the morning whereas regular earl grey can feel a bit too acidic. There’s a definite floral note, but it’s not overpowering. And the amount of bergamot was just right for my taste.
I noticed a number of other reviewers noted that this tea is best as a “mixer” with other teas. My earl grey palate must be unrefined because I think it’s good the way it is, but I do see that it could be complimented nicely by a tea with stronger vanilla notes.
Flavors: Astringent, Bergamot, Creamy, Floral, Vanilla
I got a generous sample of this, so I decided to cold steep a pitcher of it. It’s pretty good – but a little subtle on flavour. It tastes somewhat like mandarin though. I’m not surprised, since Teavana’s teas aren’t usually very flavourful. Glad I got to try it though!
The tea that got me into jasmine. I admit sometimes I steep at too high a temp and it can get a bit harsh, but honestly it stands up pretty well and the jasmine shines through. Don’t specifically taste the individual fruits – there’s a bit of peach back there, but more of a sweet generic fruitiness. I’m good with it.
Flavors: Jasmine, Peach