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Wouahh! Amazing! When I crave something sweet, I brew myself a cup of this. These two teas really work well together. At first, I thought that these teas were barely ok when I made them separately. However, mixed, it’s heaven! And I now enjoy them separately as well.
Flavors: Blueberry, Jam, Maple, Maple Syrup
It is weird, because at first, I really thought this one tasted like beef stew. But as I continued drinking it, the honey taste became more prononced. It is the first David’s Tea tea of the month that is a straight tea, and I am really glad. I don’t know if I will purchase more yet, but it is definitely worth a try. It reminds me of Nepal Black tea.
Flavors: Broth, Honey
Wow!! This tea is seriously good. It is almost “silky” on the tongue, maybe because of the lemon oil. It tastes like lemon candy and the black tea base is delicious. I will definitely buy more of this. This summer, I will probably make it as an iced tea.
Flavors: Astringent, Candy, Lemon, Lemon Zest
Wow, this is a good tea. I wasn’t really expecting it to be good, but it was. It was minty and sweet. I will definitely keep this one in my cupboard for when I have a cold. It can also make a decent evening tea, since it is relaxing and doesn’t contain cafeine. It reminds me of the peppermint tea bags I used to drink when I was younger.
Flavors: Mint, Sweet
I really like jasmine teas and when I saw Davidstea had a black jasmine tea, I purshased it immediately. I tastes really great, the black tea base is good and astringent and mixes well with the flowery taste of jasmine. I like that it comes in the shape of big pearls.
Flavors: Astringent, Jasmine