525 Tasting Notes
I love a good strong peppermint flavor. This really works for that. The longer it steeps, the more menthol-y it gets. good stuff. I think Twinnings does a strong peppermint, but this one is nearly as good and less costly. I’m all for it. I wish I had some right now…
Tastes like how dried grass smells but less refreshing and sweet. There’s barely flavor. I see why green tea isn’t more popular if this is the stuff people drink and think is green tea. blech. I think that if this was my first green tea, I wouldn’t be the tea drinker I am today.
I just wasn’t happy with this tea. The chocolate flavor was so artificial and the nutty flavor was barely there. The leaves tasted stale. There was an after taste that usually accompanies black teas, but this one was cloying. Does someone want to come take this off my hands?
Not the worst drink ever, but definitely the worst tea ever (medicinal teas aside). I used to drink this but then had a bag of english breakfast and it was all downhill from there. I guess my taste has evolved beyond lipton. I can’t even drink it with sugar. Somehow sugar just enhances this odd lingering flavor. blech. weak and crappy tasting.
It’s pretty ok. I generally don’t like hibiscus teas because the sour flavor is so intense when hot, and I usually think of tea as a hot drink. And for my cold brewed teas, I usually like a green or oolong, but I imagine this would be good cold with sugar and some slices of orange floating in it.