65 Tasting Notes
I found this in the back of my tea drawer at work. It smells and tastes exactly like this weird christmas candy my grandma always had when I was a kid. I’m okay with it. Probably wouldn’t buy it again (not that I even remember buying this) but I’m not mad about this being my last drink of the day before I go home.
Flavors: Caramel, Chocolate, Vanilla
This is one of my favorite blends of Teavana teas. I got a huge bag of it for $6 at a store closing sale, and my life will never be the same! It’s the most delightful floral and fruity blend, without being too much of either. I’m going to be super sad when I finish this bag.
Flavors: Citrus, Floral, Fruity, Jasmine
After my Candy Cane Crush white chocolate fiasco, I was a little hesitant about trying yet another tea with actual pieces of chocolate in it, but no issues here! The taste is weird, though. I’m definitely getting cardamom and your regular chai flavors, but I’m not tasting white chocolate. Just a general sweetness. Probably won’t be drinking this again.
Flavors: Cardamom, Cinnamon, Sweet
Oh, man. This stuff smells heavenly. It reminds me of the little mints my grandma always had in her purse. However, it plugged up my steeper pretty badly. It took forever to get it out, and I think it may have had to do with all of the white chocolate bits melting. I’m not sure. The flavor is nice, at least.
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My first tea from my first Tea Sparrow subscription!
(Also, I made this entry since it wasn’t in yet, and it wouldn’t let me add “natural grape flavor” as an ingredient. It’s an ingredient!)
This kind of reminds me of the grape wulong Teavana had forever ago, but doesn’t smell like cough syrup as much. The leaves smell really pleasant.
Steeped for three minutes, per package instructions. This is tasty, and definitely less grapey than the Teavana one. I’d consider buying this.
Flavors: Astringent, Grapes, Green, Sweet