5 Tasting Notes
Everything my mouth wanted. Light yet decadent. It’s the slight caramel sweetness that hooked me. They coconut gave the creamy, fatty element to balance it out.
Flavors: Caramel, Coconut, Cream
This tea is not sweet or floral. It it definitely foresty. However, it does it’s job. I can be knocked out within 30 minutes of drinking this. The valerian also helps with anxiety, so if you need something to calm your mind so you can sleep, this is the tea for you. I drink it straight, but I add honey for my honey.
This tea is delicious served hot straight or cold with a little almond milk, and raw honey. It is definitely a spicy tea, but awesome for warm, summer evenings suprisingly. I have had regular chai tea, which was good, but I really am more of a roiboos fan. Plus I can have this tea anytime I want and not have to deny myself because its night time and i dont need caffeine. Chocked full of health benefits as well, might I add.
Flavors: Cardamom, Cinnamon, Clove, Ginger, Nutmeg, Vanilla
I am not a fan of black tea, or tea that is not organic, at all, but the tea here was awesome. Cinnamon is definitely a key player here, but it’s annoyingly spicy. The citrus is muted, very muted, but I noticed it more on the second steep. I don’t really taste the black tea, but that was okay because this was just a nice to tea have on a day of overcast. Someone compared it to leftover cinnamon toast milk, another compared it to liquid red hots, but to me its somewhere in the middle. I would drink this again.
Flavors: Cinnamon, Clove, Honey, Nutmeg, Orange
This tea was awesome. The perfect amount of jasmine and green tea in one sip. It seems to be able to tolerate a little higher of a temp than most green teas as it wasn’t bitter when I steeped it on a higher temp the second time I made this tead, however, I would still steep on a lower temp overall. It has a hint of honey to it too. Definitely a new tea staple.
Flavors: Honey, Jasmine