3 Tasting Notes
I have had a tin of this sitting in my cupboard for a few years now, and I’m sure I must have gotten it and then completely forgotten about it’s existence up until last month. I steep it for about four minutes, no sugar, no milk. The tea itself is light, smooth and while i wouldn’t say it’s exactly peachy it’s pretty close. a good tea to start hot and drink even when it’s cold, it’s a nice one to throw into the mix if you want something a little different. I probably wouldn’t restock this very often but definitely wouldn’t complain if I found myself drinking it again.
So I’m completely new to steepster, this being my first tasting note and all so I’ll just dive in.
This tea has been by my side since I was a sophomore in high school (i’m a sophomore in college now) and has gotten me out of some pretty nasty colds and into some really nice moods. The lemon flavor is out of this world and it’s perfect steeped all day on a cold morning (or night, I’m fixing a cup right now!)
It is definitely not for everyone but if don’t hate hibiscus and you’re looking for a good lemon tea I would definitely recommend it! It’s great with honey but personally I could drink it black any day.
I bought this on a whim while checking out the Teavana annual sale. It was of course not on sale, but with grapefruit being one of my favorite flavors I decided to give it a try and I am not disappointed.
I’m always wary going into teavana teas as they are either really good or I never want to pick them up again. This one however landed on the Really Good side and has become a staple in my collection. I’m obsessed. It’s a great slow done tea before bed sweet enough for me to drink it instead of sneaking to the kitchen to get something to munch on but soft and soothing enough that I wind right down.
I bought two ounces the other day and I’m already only a cup or three away from being out. Definitely a must not run out in my cupboard.