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I was gifted this tea from a coworker after it gave her heartburn. And ya… I can see how she could have that problem with it. The spices in it come off a bit muddled for me and present as more of a general “peppery” taste. Maybe I’m being hard on it because I’ve had some really great loose leaf rooibos chais (Rishi’s being my favorite). It’s actually fine for a cheap bagged option, but I’ll probably try some other brands next time. As a free gifted tea, this was perfectly servicable in the evenings, and I actually quite enjoyed it steeped in sweet apple cider.
Flavors: Pepper, Rooibos, Spices, Sweet
Well, it’s that time of year again…the MLB post-season has officially started and I’m already on the edge of my seat hoping (but not holding my breath) for a Brewers WS victory. Currently watching Game 1 of the NL Wild Card and…I definitely needed something to help me relax, so I decided to break out this little number I’ve had in my cupboard. On my second cup now. Is it helping me relax? Maybe. But it tastes really good, which is helping to distract me a little bit at least. Sweet but not overwhelming, fruity but not obnoxious, everything just works well with this blend.
Here’s hoping the Brew Crew can do the improbable!
I’m not a big believer in health claims like this one. Hydration will usually add to a healthy glow. Pretty sure this was from an office tea stash that wandered home with me. My office mate was a huge believer in various herbal supplement claims.
It’s quite floral and I only taste the rose and hibiscus. I rather enjoy it. The aroma and taste match, which hasn’t been the case lately. There is a sweetness to it (probably the stevia) and I found no need for additives to make the tea more palatable for me. Would I drink this 3-4 times a day, every day as recommended? Probably not, so I doubt I’ll see the skin benefits it claims to have. But if this was on sale at the market while shopping, I’d probably pick up a box.
Flavors: Floral, Hibiscus, Rose
I have received this through postcrossing for once again and decided to give it a try right in the afternoon.
Sadly, it seems nice, but only what I notice is cloying licorice root and little of herbs; but not even the mint.
About tangy citrus notes, nada.
This was not what I thought it would be. It claims Caramel but I don’t get that at all. I do taste chamomile and black pepper. That’s all I taste (and smell) even though there is a ridiculous amount of ingredients listed for this blend. I’ll admit, I do appear to be yawning and feeling kind of cozy but I’ve also had a long week and probably should go to bed early.
Flavors: Black Pepper, Chamomile
Really not very good. I just had a cup on a sip down and decided I am going to throw away the rest of the tea bags. I had purchased this awhile ago and stopped drinking it just because of time constraints, being on the road etc. Now that I no longer drink coffee my sense of taste has improved dramatically (I gave up all pop/soda about 37 years ago too). Now I can say that this doesn’t have a very good flavor and what it does is not good. Buh bye!
I am genuinely baffled by the love for this in the other tasting notes and wondering if I did something horribly wrong to my particular bag.
The smell is lovely! It’s exactly what I would expect from a tangerine tea or candy. It seems like it’s going to be mostly tart, a touch sweet – very much like the fruit.
I took an excited sip and was horrified. How is this both terribly bitter and awfully sweet?! I assumed licorice root must be involved, but despite the giant ingredient list with plenty of other roots, that one wasn’t listed. I may have been able to get past the unnamed earthy herb taste if not for the horrendous artificially sweet flavor that hit immediately after. Ah, stevia is here – this is clearly a problem ingredient for me.
I wanted to try for a more descriptive review and sipped it a couple more times, but I could not take it.
I kind of feel like I should go adjust all the other 1s I’ve ever given a tea because I actually gagged on this one.
sipsby bagged advent, day 12
Flavors: Artificial, Dirt, Herbs, Stevia, Sweet
Day 10 of my Steepster homemade advent calendar from Kelmishka! Yogi teas are really hit-or-miss for me. This one doesn’t really ring the “pumpkin spice” bell for me. It’s more “generic winter spice blend,” with mostly cinnamon, clove, and chicory overwhelming the other flavors. Which is drinkable enough to finish the cup, because I like those flavors, but it’s also not quite the “pumpkin spice” vibe. Looking at the ingredients list, they’ve got the right list of ingredients, but maybe the ratio is off? Glad to have tried it, because I am extremely basic in this way and really enjoy pumpkin spice drinks done right, but don’t feel the need to ever have it again.
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Flavors: Chamomile, Honey, Lavender
I really dislike ‘detox’ blends. It’s just…not a thing and I hate brands that try to sell any kind of detox to consumers.
Despite my annoyance at the name, decided to give it a try, as the combination of peach, cinnamon, and clove sounded interesting.
Alas, this is just cinnamon and clove- maybe a touch of ginger? Meh, it’s a spiced herbal, not something I need to have again.
Am I biassed? Absolutely. Liquorice tea is a massive comfort drink for me, and this is a nice take on that. For a liquorice tea, it’s not particularly liquorice forward, but has a nice warm flavour packing it all together. To give a comparison that’s probably very specific to my part of the world, it is like eating speculaas while there is still leftover zwartwit in your mouth, it almost has that salmiak note to it.
Flavors: Cinnamon, Licorice Root, Nutmeg, Spices
Not always a fan of Yogi teas, but I quite like this one! It’s a peach ginger blend, but the other ingredients really make it stand out. The cinnamon early in the sip highlights the sweetness of the peach while the dandelion root gives it depth. Sampled this out of the TTB but would happily drink it again in the future!
This tastes strongly of licorice root. The flavor lingers after each sip. On top of that, I might taste a little bit of cinnamon or some other spice. It doesn’t really stand out from other bagged teas, but it’s okay. It’s easy to drink and enjoyable warm or cold. I ended up with a few bags of this from a TTB, and I finished them off really quickly.
This showed up in my tea caddy last week – I’m not one for herbal teas and, to me, Yogi = Herbal. But I looked at the ingredients list and saw Assam black tea. Hmm, Ok. Bunch of other herbal stuff that I had to Google later. Two items of note – stevia leaf and monk fruit extract are included. If, like me, sugar substitutes put you off, be forewarned. Green Tea extract was also included, which I think are code words for extra caffeine. On the “lesser ingredients” list were the things that made me want to try it – orange flavor, tangerine flavor, orange peel oil, and tangerine oil. I’m a sucker for a good citrus flavored tea.
First impression is, to borrow another reviewer’s words, warm orange juice. Specifically warm, watered-down orange juice. But not warm Tang. There is enough Assam to color the brew, but not enough to speak black tea to me. I’m not giving up on it. I am thinking that combining it with one of my more robust black teas might be good. Its more of an “add citrus to one of my black teas” than the reverse.
What can I say at this point? Its not bad, I didn’t throw it out, and I might have a way to better enjoy it, so it gets further exploration. Note: the “sweeteners” were present, noted/notable, but not overpowering. 70mg caffeine/cup
Flavors: Citrus Fruits, Stevia
I just polished off the very last tea bag from the previous iteration of this tea, “Refreshing Mint Vital Energy.” It’s ok; not terribly offensive but not wowing anybody. An inexpensive black tea with mint.
Flavors: Dirt, Mint, Spearmint
The overwhelming taste is licorice root-fennel seed. Very sweet. Also taste cherry bark. All the other typical chai spices are mostly in the background but not hidden. Licorice root definitely gives some body. The tea seems to get thicker at the bottom of the cup, when I notice the mouthfeel and coating nature of slippery elm.
This is actually not terrible tasting but I’d rather go for Traditional Medicinals Throat Coat. They’re both functional herbal teas that will provide a little relief in the moment.