6770 Tasting Notes
The aroma is nice on this one altho based on smell alone I would have to call it RASPBERRY Acai Sencha as I can smell way more Raspberry than Acai.
The The Sencha Base is very good. The Raspberry and Acai Flavors are about medium strength – definitely NOT overdone. I think the strength of them work really well here. I can taste a little more Acai than Raspberry so it all evens out in the end :)
Thanks Amanda for this one, too!
Sort of reminds me of a Tea Forte Mix of flavors (but at least it doesn’t have Hibiscus!)
Smells like cinnamon, roasted almonds, a bit of soy sauce…
tastes like roasted almonds with a bit of soy sauce, a bit of spice but not over the top or enough to identify as cinnamon (maybe a little bit in the aftertaste), and cocoa powder, but I can barely taste the “zest”. Having said that – this isn’t too shabby! I can see myself drinking it once in a blue moon…why not.
E for Effort!
Ag! You are AWESOME! Thanks again!
This is truly unique and the more I drink it the more I like it! It’s lemon/lime but more importantly MINT…and it’s tremendous! If you like mint you will probably like this! I can taste the mojito likeness more in the aftertaste but the MINT is first followed by the lime and it’s darned tasty! I would drink this again! YUM!
First…THANK YOU Amanda!!!
I LOVE rhubarb but this smells REALLY FUNKY.
It smells like a weird cheese, plantains, some kind of nut, butt, lime, and strawberry????
Totally random and totally weird.
I can side with Amanda’s comment about a yogurt tart flavor. It’s not good, bad, or indifferent…just something I noticed. I’m not bothered by it. There is a subtle rhubarb and lime-E type flavor I am getting that I sort of dig…so that’s not bad. It is sweet.
The taste is alright! The smell…OYE VAY!
I’ll meet ya in the middle with a rating (while I plug my nose!)
Doesn’t smell like anything
Green tea base is cheap and doesn’t really taste like anything either
the spearmint is VERY VERY subtle
Overall…I feel like I am drinking hot water with a stale spearmint leaf that barely has any flavor left to it.
It’s not gross but there isn’t much of anything there to really comment on.
Another one down the drain.
I have a slew of these to try and they have been staring at me and not in a good way…they have been giving me the hairy-eye-ball…they scare me.
Today I’m putting myself to the test…at least for a few of them.
Bottoms – up!
This smells like Anise (licorice-E) and herbally. I have to say for me personally this gives it a strike already. NOT a very nice aroma.
It’s a green/grey/brown color after steeping – yes – it’s bagged.
The herbally aroma intensifies as the infusion progresses. BLAH
I can taste a peppery-herbally-licorice-E combo of flavors. Luckily it’s not INTENSE. Perhaps the chamomile mellows it…not sure. Had I not read the ingredients – I wouldn’t have even noticed chamomile to be honest. Which is fine because I am not fond of that ingredient, usually. It also says it has mint…can’t really taste it until the aftertaste and then it’s not even very noticeable.
I suppose this could have been raunchy-gross tasting so I’m thankful for mellow flavors here! Could have been worse but it could have been WAY BETTER, too!
Doubt I would drink this again.