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this is a tea that must be had with milk, but only non-dairy milks with vanilla flavoring, because the artificial vanilla flavoring of said non-dairy milks masks the base flavors of the tea. this is my first review on this website and the tea is absolutely atrocious; never trust a bagged tea that promises well-rounded or even interesting flavors. respectfully. i’d try to brew the tea for longer and at a lower temperature, but i literally boiled it according to the instructions on the box. maybe if mixed with a coffee in a dirty chai kind of situation this tea could be nice, but other reviewers are correct in saying this tea tastes like dirt.
Flavors: Artificial, White Chocolate
I have received this tea bag from ashmanra with wonderful New Year (and Christmas) greeting card. Thank you!
Apparently, again a new tea bag for my collection. And apparently a day with most tea drank today, so far in this week. Compensation for yesterday with only two cups.
Anyway to Organic Very Berry. It’s hibiscus and thus tart. I don’t notice any rooibos. I can believe being it super tasty iced and Mastress Alita would be a fan of this as well. Red currants. Nope, they aren’t in. But raspberries? I guess so.
Well, I think I had better berry teas. This is a bit overflowes with hibiscus. It’s just unfortunately very tart. If it was less tart, I would enjoy this tea more, I am sure.
Flavors: Berry, Hibiscus, Raspberry
I wanted something Chocolate-y tonight and this was pretty much all I had. Not quite what I wanted but I do like this one! It’s a lovely night time tea. Very creamy with some mint and lavender. I’ve been meaning to work on finishing up the box of this anyway.
Day 18 of Sara’s Old Tea! Part 4 of 6
Oh wow, the tea bag smells kind of like cinnamon candy.
Smells like that steeping in the cup too, though I can also pick out some hibiscus smell, mmm. I left the bag in the cup and waited for it to cool down.
I mainly taste hibiscus, with plenty of cinnamon at the end of the sip. It’s a nice combination.
Oops, it cooled down too much. So I added some ice, and mmm, spiced punch. I like it even better chilled.
Flavors: Cinnamon, Hibiscus
Day 14 of Sara’s Old Teas!
And it’s a teabag of Stash English Breakfast!
As a special bonus, a pack of Lorna Doone shortbread cookies was included with the teabag! They’re excellent dipped in tea, thanks!
Not bad, some good flavor notes for a bagged tea, malt and a hint of molasses.
Flavors: Malt, Molasses, Tea
2020 Advent Swap – Day 13
One of my favorite breakfast treats – sweet but no carbs!
I don’t drink oolongs very often, but it always surprises me when I do how much I like them. If I didn’t know this was an oolong, I would have guessed it was a black tea. It tastes just like an after-dinner chocolate mint, not super strong in flavor, but very satisfying. My favorite chocolate mint tea is from Harney & Sons – you might like that one too, Devon Bartholomew, if this is one of your favorites.
Flavors: Chocolate, Peppermint
Found a teabag of this in my collection, and decided to bring it to work to add to the sip down pile there. Tried it yesterday, and it definitely does not taste like a white tea. Tastes like a pretty generic peppermint herbal tea. While it was fine, I have plenty of other peppermint teas in the collection that are much better.
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Flavors: Ginger, Spices
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Flavors: Cinnamon, Clove
Part of my Stash Assortment. I was pleasantly surprised by this blend. The flavor is exactly what you would expect a bit minty, a bit licorice. This is only my second licorice tea ever. While I love licorice especially black jelly beans, I do not like licorice tea. The mint covers enough licorice to drink the mug. I probably won’t buy it again.
Flavors: Licorice, Mint