6 Tasting Notes
This is my first attempt at loose leaf tea. I’m noticing a trend of I want stronger flavors, so I either need to add more or steep for longer—probably the first. I have no idea what dragonfuit tastes like, but rather than fruit I taste a more floral/leafy taste. I was expecting something a little more fruity with the ingredients mentioned in the description. But none the less, it’s still a good cup of hot tea. If I ever served cold, I’d definitely add some sugar to it.
Flavors: Flowers, Guava, Hibiscus
The smell of this tea is enough to drive me crazy. I’m not a big green tea person, but how light and fruity this tea was really made me happy. It’s very mellow, so not an every day kind of drink for me, but over all I liked it a lot. Definitely will be drinking more.
Flavors: Blueberry, Fruity
I loved this tea. Started drinking it the other night when I had a massive headache with a little bit of honey. Not only was it so sweet, but it helped my headache infinitely. It’s also one of my first teas in the tea craze and was the one that got me to try the more “regular” teas. Really love it. 10/10 would recommend.
Flavors: Flowers, Fruity, Hibiscus, Honey, Peach
A very bland tea, as I’m learning. Maybe something for when my senses are very sensitive, but definitely not an every day drink. Steeped the recommended 3-5 minutes with boiling water. I added sweetener and cream to try and bring out a flavor, but absolutely nothing. I’m essentially drinking hot water. Which is ok, I guess, just not for me.
Bought this tea because it caught my eye. One of the firsts in joining the tea craze. Followed the directions on the box. It’s very light and fruity. Added a little bit of honey for a natural sweetener. Love it. Probably my favorite one so far.
Overall a very mild spice blend. Not overwhelming like I thought it would be. Needed a little bit of sweetener for my personal preferences. I still think I’d like a stronger flavor, but overall still delicious.
Flavors: Cinnamon, Spices