drank Seaberry Spa by DAVIDsTEA
106 tasting notes

This tea smelt really good, but as I steeped it and tried it the ginger is coming out pretty strong which I’m not a fan of. I saw chamomile so I thought it would be a lighter tasting tea, but it’s quite pungent. Fruity yet gingery… and I’m not sure but it might be the licorice root that’s giving it a medicinal taste as well. I’ll finish what I have, but I won’t be buying this one.

Flavors: Cranberry, Fruity, Ginger, Licorice

205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more 2 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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Was just introduced to loose leaf tea within the last year. Never thought i’d ever get used to life without coffee! I’ve really been enjoying all the new flavours and different types of teas.. so much to learn and taste!
I usually drink my teas with a little milk and sugar… unless it is a herbal infusion or the ingredients don’t mix well with milk.
Some of my favourites so far are savoury black teas, and I’m always a sucker for anything involving mints or fruits.

90-100: Cupboard staple – will buy when I run out

75-90: I’ll drink what I have, may restock when out

55-75: I’ll drink it, but probably won’t buy it

0-55: Might finish it, might feed it to the sink



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