10 Tasting Notes
First tried this one warm and I have to say that it was a great experience- the mixing of the heat from the water and the cooling sensation that the eucalyptus left in my mouth was refreshing and comforting at the same time.
I’ve never actually made a successful iced tea, however, so it could just be my inexperience that makes me love it warm.
The citrus in this also served as a much more pleasant midwinter pick-me-up than a lemon tea. I found it cleared my head of my sniffles while tasting like a grown-up fruit punch.
As soon as I smelled this tea I was sold. I definitely was not disappointed by the taste. I’m just beginning to get into green teas. I know it sounds silly but the leafy smell always got to me. This tea is a good starter because the pineapple mellows out the flavor of the tea leaves. It also sweetens it nicely. Overall, a great mildly sweet flavor.
I normally hate any kind of mint including candy canes but for some reason I adore this tea. At first I hated the smell because of the strong peppermint, but once I brewed a cup all I tasted was the blend of black tea with a hint of sweet mintyness which I liked, despite my misgivings about a mint tea.
Try it! Even if you don’t like mint.