(DavidsTea 2022: 35)
Sweet, a little tart. The sweetness lingers so it’s probably stevia, but it’s not overly annoying to me for whatever reason – but it probably would on another day. Not bad, but I think I prefer Pomgrateful.
“(DavidsTea 2022: 35) Sweet, a little tart. The sweetness lingers so it’s probably stevia, but it’s not overly annoying to me for whatever reason – but it probably would on another day. Not bad, but...” Read full tasting note
“Meh. Just meh. This one wasn’t especially great and wasn’t especially terrible either. It’s just okay. I got a 25 g bag in the summer collection last year and wasn’t super impressed. I ended up...” Read full tasting note
“Absolutely FAVOURITE iced. I fell in love with it instantly after receiving a sample of Pom Tango during the summer, and a friend went and got me the summer collection from DT. I wish I stoked up...” Read full tasting note
“It’s like fruit juice, but in black tea form with just enough caffeine to power me through the day.” Read full tasting note
With black tea, hibiscus and pomegranate seeds, this rich and fruity lend tastes like a glass of fresh pomegranate juice. It’s the pom dot com.
Ingredients: Black tea, hibiscus, rooibos, lemon myrtle, stevia extract, pomegranate seeds, natural pomegranate flavouring.
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Meh. Just meh. This one wasn’t especially great and wasn’t especially terrible either. It’s just okay. I got a 25 g bag in the summer collection last year and wasn’t super impressed. I ended up with two pitcher packs as well that sat in the cupboard for a year. I have now used them up and am glad to have room for other teas instead of this one. I love pomegranate and this doesn’t taste anything like that to me. It just has a vague fruity flavour.
I’m having this as a tea pop and I feel kind of ‘meh’ about it. It’s not that this is a bad tea at all, I just bought 250g of it and have been having it very often so I’m totally getting sick of it. I feel like once I try some new teas and leave this one alone for a while I’ll fall back in love with it. When I first tried it I was a bit blown away. For now I’m finding it a bit too sweet, and possibly having a bit of a weird stevia aftertaste. Only a bit, though.
I have a problem with stevia, and I really don’t like the after taste, but I can make an exception for this one. I wish David’s Tea would stop with the stevia madness, but until then, this is one of my top three ice teas, ever.
Flavors: Apple, Berry
I didn’t have high hopes with this tea because DT has been disappointing me a bit lately with their “must add stevia to everything”. But, this wS a pretty good cold brew. It did taste fairly naturally like pomegranate. The stevia and hibiscus were fairly tame (but still a little too present unfortunately).
Sipdown! Made tea pop with this today by brewing up a large batch of tea concentrate (about 15 tsp. of tea to 3 cups of water) then mixing it with sparkling water (1 part tea to 3 parts water). I actually ended up using lime sparkling water and it really added a nice kick to it. I think I preferred it this way than just regular iced tea as it reduced what stevia flavour there is to just a pleasant, light sweetness. Very refreshing.