203 Tasting Notes
Great, refreshing bouquet of peppermint and lemongrass in aroma.
The taste is not that strong, though the brew is refreshing and light.
Not bad, but not especially good either.
It would probably turn out great asa cold brew on a sunny day.
Flavors: Citrus, Lemongrass, Mint, Peppermint
Strong apple aroma, very warming and hyggeligt, with just a right amount of cinnamon added.
Warming taste, very fruity, with no unnecessary sweetness. Not overdone with spices, the apple is in the foreground. Too bad that the cranberry hides well in the back.
Flavors: Apple, Cinnamon, Cranberry, Spices
Very faint aroma, with traces of elderflower over a malty black tea base.
Sweetish taste, with evident rhubarb here (but none of its sourness) and flower elderflower notes.
All in all it’s not bad, but seems slightly half-baked.
Flavors: Flowers, Fruity, Malt, Rhubarb
Medium-strength aroma, with lemon peels in the foreground and subtler mango more in the back.
Round, moderately rich, malty base tea with only traces of fruit.
Good tea, not dominated by add-ons or aromas.
Flavors: Lemon Zest, Malt, Mango, Round
Brews very dark, rich red.
Raspberry dominates the aroma, but only slightly, because quince has a strong presence too. Very warming bouquet.
Distinctly sour taste, mainly from quince, very fruity and very warming.
Nice tea, great for cool autumn afternoons.
Flavors: Fruity, Raspberry, Sour
Wonderful, fruity smell, but mainly from apples, which are not mentioned on the box. Gooseberry is always hard to sense and the pomegranate is added not as a juice or aroma, but only as a peel, so the tea’s name is very misleading.
The taste is also mainly apple, with some sour-ish notes from gooseberry and rosehip and leafy aromas from blackberry leaves.
Actually it’s not bad, but I can’t give this tea a good grade, because it’s bases on a lie. It’s not pomegranate and gooseberry, but rather apple and rosehip with really small additions of other things. Shame on you, Irving!
Flavors: Apple, Fruity, Rosehips, Sour
Very strong, fruity aroma of fresh raspberries.
The base tea tastes like straw and grass, which is to be expected by the medium-quality white tea that Lipton puts into their bags. The taste is not very strong, but all in all this tea is really drinkable. Would probably be really good as a coldbrew.
Flavors: Fruity, Grass, Raspberry, Straw
Right after being taken out of the protective “envelope”, the bag smells like a lot of freshly ground cinnamon.
Brews a murky, brownish liquid.
Smells mainly with cinnamon, but with ginger spiciness in the background and a tiny bit of licorice. Black tea is not evident.
The taste notes are equally divided into cinnamon and spicy ginger. Cardamom hides in the background, black tea is almost nonexistent and licorice is fortunately very subdued, not like in many other Pukka teas.
I had only one bag of this tea, so I preferred to steep it straight. It would probably taste better when done in a proper chai way, with milk, but even in this form it was still enjoyable.
Flavors: Cinnamon, Ginger, Licorice, Spices