4 Tasting Notes

drank Eggnogg'n Tea by Bigelow
4 tasting notes

I feel like this tea is too strong for me to drink without diluting it with other varieties of teabags.

However, when mixing this with some regular tea bags, as well as some peach blends, I find that it works rather well.

Flavors: Cream, Grain

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I didn’t really notice much of a lime flavor, but that may be because it melded together with the mint. I once tried adding a squeeze of lime juice, and it didn’t really add much except a slight sour note that didn’t really belong there.

Drinking it regularly, however, is rather enjoyable. This is currently my go-to blend if I want something minty to drink.

Flavors: Mint

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When I first tasted this tea, it left a rather unpleasant chemical-like taste in my mouth. I thought, maybe that was just a bad bag. So I tried another one… and I got the same result.

Thankfully, this is actually the third blend of jasmine tea that I’ve tried. The first time I tried it was at Teavana, and the second one I got from an Asian market. I can’t remember the brand name off the top of my head, though.

Regardless, both of those blends were enjoyable… and this one was not. So if this was your first time trying jasmine green tea, ditch this brand and try another one.

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This tea has more of a cinnamon flavor to it than anything. That said, this is definitely one of my favorite blends — it has just the right amount of sweetness, and all of the flavors work together beautifully. Plus, the smell coming from the package is just wonderful.

6 OZ / 189 ML

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