12 Tasting Notes
This stuff smells AWFUL before you steep it, but it’s much better when prepared. I was really wary about trying it after smelling it, but hoping for some gastric relief I did anyway, and was pleasantly surprised!
Not only is this a yummy tea, but it certainly helps with my lower digestion. (TMI time??) I suffer from severe gas once a month or so, and this tea is a wonderful home remedy.
This tastes just like a blueberry muffin, I swear. I brewed it before dinner and had some warm, and it was lovely. Then, we went on an impromptu dinner date, so I put the lid on my mug and left it out. Of course, when I got home it was cold, so I added some ice and off I went. It is just as incredible iced as it is hot.
It’s fairly sweet, and I tend to like bitter teas, but I loved it anyway. Very good.
I accidentally purchased four ounces of this tea instead of my intended two, and I can’t express how happy I am for it.
It smells like Fireball candies, and tastes that way too, minus the burning tongue. The cinnamon is just perfect. Overall, it’s warm with a touch of sweetness. I’ll likely be nursing this all fall and winter.
Sweet but not overly so. The apple is definitely prominent, which is nice, but the suggested serving leaves too faint of a taste to my liking. I will try again using more and update this later.
Overall, it’s pleasant.
Okay so round 2. I added more tea before resteeping, and steeped for much longer. Still a very mild flavor. I guess that’s just the nature of this tea.
I had to add this tea, so I hope I did it right!
I got this as a sample from DAVIDsTEA’s Fall line, and am trying it on a fairly frigid morning.
Before it was cool enough to drink, I smelled it and it reminded me of cough syrup. Not a good start.
However, when it had cooled enough, I powered through the smell and tried it. It actually tastes exactly like a Pomegranate Tootsie Pop, which was rather lovely. Every fall I always have a Tootsie Pop in my mouth, so perhaps this will curb my cravings for candy!
It’s definitely a sweeter tea; I don’t add sweetener and prefer more bitter flavors. But if you’ve got a craving for sweets, this just might hit the spot!
Drinking this after a greasy, heavy dinner and movie. It has an incredibly pleasant scent – it actually smells EXACTLY like carrot cake – but it’s a little sweet to me. You can taste the licorice more than I’d like, but it does have a pleasant aftertaste. It’s a nice dessert tea, but I’m not sure I’d get it again.