13 Tasting Notes
This is the second tea from Palais des Thes that I review, and again it’s the same perfume taste, just lighter. This time, I’m not a fan and don’t like that perfume taste anymore. If I taste more perfume from this producer, I will not buy from them again.
Furthermore… and I can’t believe I’m saying this:
This tea make my nose snotty. Yes, as in mucus.
No milk, no sugar. It still makes me snotty.
I love lemon tea, but if you look at the ingredient list it begins like this:
Hibiscus, rosehips, roasted chicory, orange peel…. wow – finally something that resembles lemon!
What, you think I wouldn’t notice that this is an hibiscus tea with lemon taste?
I don’t like herbal teas with hibiscus – I love lemon though.
Okey, if I drop the attitude a bit this tea taste of lemon. It’s the primary taste and the aftertaste is pleasant. If I just try to forget the hibiscus, I like this tea.
If you like hibiscus and lemon, you will love this tea.
The name says it all – cacao and mint black tea. Really – it’s hard getting a tea like that wrong.
I’m a bit surprised there is no roiboos in the tea, it taste a bit like it. But I have looked at the ingredient list and looked at the tea itself and there is none.
So do I have a conclusion on this tea? So………. thinking not so hard, really
Not something I will purchase again, because there is probably a lot of other great chocolaty teas out there. In this tea, the mint taste is taking over the chocolate one. I will drink up the batch I bought, but it ends there.