5 Tasting Notes
If you like mint, you’ll like this tea. It’s strong without being overpowering, as creamy as the box claims, and leaves you with a fresh feeling in your mouth. I didn’t pick up on the chocolatey notes, but unlike other mint teas that are weak or synthetic tasting, this was strong and pure. I liked it.
Flavors: Creamy, Peppermint
This tea taught me that I’m not a big fan of flowery teas. The hibiscus taste is, well, big. If that is your thing that you’ll love this tea. It’s sweet and slightly sour, smells like medicine at first, but doesn’t taste that way. It’s complex and I’m sure there are some that would really like it. I could drink this if I had to, but wouldn’t choose to. Just personal preference.
Flavors: Flowers, Hibiscus, Sour, Sweet
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This may be my least favorite Earl Grey tea. While drinkable, the strong scent is more like a cheap perfume than the typical bergamot aroma you find in better teas. It’s suffocating and hides the flavor of the tea itself. I’ve tried this tea at home as well as my local Starbucks and it just doesn’t do it for me.