29 Tasting Notes
This tea is so delicious! It reminds me if chocolate macaroons and brings back memories of Passover. Mmm it smells just like that delicious chocolate tin. I want to try this again with milk. It is already super creamy but I still want to see what it’s like as a latte. I bet it would make an excellent dessert for after dinner.
Flavors: Chocolate, Cocoa, Coconut
This tea is surprisingly good. I went in for a free sample and was skeptical at first. My mom and sister had tasted it previously and said it did not taste like anything. I went to smell the loose leaves first and it actually smelled just like caramel corn. And I tasted it and was pleasantly surprised. i would actually go back and ask for it warm. It is a nice dessert tea that I would love to have after dinner, like I currently do with Forever Nuts.
Flavors: Caramel, Nuts, Popcorn
This tea was super delicious. I went to the store and had it iced. The coconut and chocolate flavors were so yummy. Something was a little bitter which I did not care for, but I did not want to sweeten it since I had a bad experience with too much agave in the past (see Midsummer’s Night Dream). Next time I may add a sprinkle of Splenda but I am looking forward to drinking this again. Or another coconut chocolate tea, like Chocolate Macaroon! That tea is sooooo on my wishlist.
Flavors: Chocolate, Coconut
I really did not like this tea. I went to the store and asked for it iced. The guy offered to add sweetener because I said that sometimes tea was too bitter or tart. There was way to much agave in there plus it was so citrusy. Sorry, but it tasted like watered down Sunny D. Yuck. I am willing to give this tea a second chance…but I think I need a break after that experience!!!
This is such a fun tea for summer. It is so refreshing iced. The watermelon and mint flavors are strong. The mint seems pretty natural but the watermelon does taste a little artificial, like a lollipop almost. But I did not expect anything else, especially since the fruit itself is too watery to be able to steep and translate flavor.
I love this tea so much. It is definitely my go-to tea for the evening and I love the convenience of the tea bag . I loooovee chamomile teas and this one is super delicious. It is not boring at all and the honey and vanilla add great flavor.
Flavors: Honey, Vanilla
This tea made me so angry because I really wanted to like it. It smelled delicious but unfortunately the hibiscus took over. I do not think the rhubarb really helped either because the after-taste is so darn tart. Ugh, I really don’t like tangy tea. Sorry. The smell is so creamy though, and I may actually go on a mission to find a strawberries and cream tea. That actually sounds good!
Flavors: Hibiscus, Rhubarb, Strawberry
This tea is very similar to Oh Canada!, but sorry I like that one better! This one does not have that much flavor until you add sugar. It tastes a little to sweet and sugary for me, but is still a good dessert tea. I plan on finishing the bag I have at home, but will probably order a cup from the store before I repurchase more loose tea.
This was a fun, fruity tea. I made this in a pitcher for my whole family to enjoy. It actually reminds me a lot of peach tea because the individual fruits in the blend were not too strong. It was a good tea though and I would have it again.
Flavors: Mango, Peach