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This isn’t a terrible tea. However the blueberry overpowers the green tea flavor and slightly throws it off balance. It’s hard to find a good steep time as steeping green tea too long makes it bitter, but if you don’t steep this tea long enough you can’t taste the green tea part of it. I plan to drink all of it in my spare time, but I don’t plan to re-buy or restock this tea.
Full bodied flavor. Personally I enjoyed making it as a cold brew. Leaving it to steep in a pitcher of cold water for 10-14 hours makes the vanilla taste even sweeter. It very much reminds me of what cinnamon sugar popcorn tastes like. It’s super refreshing iced.
I personally add a small squirt of liquid stevia sweetener for a 2 Liter pitcher. I put about 3 tea bags in as well for the 2 Liter sized pitcher.
Flavors: Cinnamon, Licorice, Vanilla
This is one of my go-to teas when I am feeling a bit nauseous or bloated (especially after dinner time) or when I am just wanting a flavorful spiced tea. I love the strong, warming sensation that lingers a bit in the back of your throat after each sip, and the pepper is a nice balance to the intense ginger flavor. I find it fantastic with a bit of honey.
Flavors: Black Pepper, Ginger, Licorice
I find stevia really gross-tasting, and while it wasn’t very noticeable for most of the cup of tea, once I got to the bottom it was overpowering. I could’ve stirred a bit better, but that would just have distributed the stevia flavor throughout, so I’m not sure that would have been better. Pretty disappointing; I’ll stick to chamomile.
Well, it smells very tangerine-y and I hope it will taste as good. I didn’t notice the Stevia in the ingredient label or I probably wouldn’t have tried this but I’ve steeped it already so here goes.
Well, it is very sweet, but somehow still tasty! The tangerine is very present with a background of herbal things. I added some real sugar as is my wont and I think it overpowered the stevia taste I hate. This is a very interesting tea although I probably won’t have it again. Free tea bags FTW!
This tea is a bit jarring at first and initially I didn’t like it. It has a strong black licorice flavoring with cinnamon spices when sipped but if you slurp it and let the flavor develop on your tongue, its charming aftertaste reveals itself and hangs around. Sure, this makes drinking the tea a little more labor intensive than other teas but tasting the full profile of this tea is worth it.
Flavors: Anise, Cinnamon, Licorice
The key with this tea is to let it sit for a very long time so often I will put it in a thermos and take it with me. With long steeping times, the flavor becomes very spicy and full-bodied, almost like a chai latte. It gives an excellent boost of energy and requires very little sweetener to compliment.
Flavors: Anise, Cinnamon, Vanilla
Yogi is a brand that I haven’t explored much, but from the few teas of theirs that I have tried I’ve found them to be along the lines of my experiences with Celestial Seasonings offerings, their teas are very hit or miss.
While there is nothing particularly bad about this tea, there is nothing particularly good about it, either. I do pick up on notes of caramel, but the flavor is far too bland for my liking.
Not one of Yogi’s tea flavors that I’d be likely to try again.
Flavors: Caramel, Cinnamon, Spices
I enjoy drinking this tea. It is not too strong in taste with one tea bag, and the ingredients mixed are literally perfect. It has a hint of almost everything in it, sweetness, peppermint and etc. In short, I would recommend this tea if you’re only up to trying it! :) Filled with herbs, I find that this tea is brilliant.
Flavors: Lemongrass, Licorice
The packaging image of this tea is different than in this picture now, and its now called “Tahitian Vanilla Hazelnut” from Yogi Teas. I read the reviews on here, and I really am a huge fan of Vanilla and Hazelnut flavors so I bought it at my local grocery store. This tasted nothing like vanilla and nothing like hazelnut. The most prominent ingredient that I could taste and smell was Clove. I was really disappointed as I was looking forward to vanilla & hazelnut flavors. Also, in the ingredients list on the box it says butterscotch flavor- and I couldn’t detect that at all.
Flavors: Cinnamon, Clove, Spices
Definitely not your every-day tea… But still pretty good and such a life-saver for those days when you just can’t ignore a scratchy throat! The smell/taste of licorice root (quite frankly, a smell/taste I’ve grown accustomed to with every Yogi Tea) is quite overpowering… but, mixed with a bit of honey, this drink does some seriously magic for soothing an overworked or otherwise-ill throat! We ordered a huge box of these from Amazon and plan on drinking it as needed (hopefully not too often!).
Flavors: Licorice, Vanilla