55 Tasting Notes
I’ve only had one cup at home, and a latte from the store, but I am disappointed in this tea. You certainly can taste the chai, but the vanilla is fairly non-existent. I am regretting buying a whole tin.
The mint paired with the juniper and the apple is FANTASTIC, and you can feel it in your throat. It’s pretty soothing for a sore throat! I wouldn’t let it get cold at all though, the warmth is definitely key. I take this with milk, no sugar.
Flavors: Apple, Peppermint
My stomach has been so-so for quite some time, so I decided to grab this at David’s today! On first smell, the fennel is strong. Even once steeped, the smell isn’t the greatest. However, once I started drinking it, it was not bad, and it settled my stomach. I will sacrifice taste if it settles my stomach! I had this with a little milk, no sugar.
It was good in the store, and then it was ridiculously sweet and concentrated at home. And I only used one spoon of tea (not 2, like David’s recommends) with almost double the water. Not sure if I wasn’t paying attention in the store, but don’t buy this. Very glad I got this as a free bag and didn’t waste money on it.
Flavors: Candy, Cotton Candy
Amelia sent me this lovely tea all the way from New Zealand, it is amazing! I’m currently really into pomegranate, and she somehow picked it without knowing it. It’s light and fruity, I really enjoyed it iced (haven’t tried it hot yet). A wonderful summer tea!
This tea smelt wonderful when I was in the store, but I don’t love it as much now. It is okay, but the berries are all you taste sometimes- no tea present. I tried to steep it fro the base 4 minutes and quite frankly, it was gross. Dunno if I would recommend this to anyone.
I tried this at my best friend’s house and I absolutely loved it. 6 months later I decided to buy some for myself, and I don’t know if I love it anymore. I feel as if I am tasting the rose more than I did the first time, and I prefer to only taste a hint of florals.
Flavors: Chocolate, Flowers