26 Tasting Notes
In my opinion, I don’t really think there is such a thing as a horrible tea. It just depends on your palette. I am personally not a fan of Earl’s Grey tea but I decided to take a leap of faith and try this fruity twist on the classic. And it actually wasn’t that bad. Would I get it again? Probably not. But definitely something to sip on for a cloudy day.
Flavors: Earl Grey, Fruity, Strawberry
This one is a new one at DAVIDs so naturally I was tempted to try it. It smelled super sweet and fruity, which of course I am drawn to. I’ve only had it once and it tasted really nice. It was nice to have a tea with dragonfruit in it because I love dragonfruit.
Flavors: Apple, Fruity, Hibiscus
To be honest, I was really disappointed with this tea and I love all chocolate teas. I was quite hesitant when first purchasing it because I am not a fan of chai teas at all. But nevertheless, I took a leap of faith and purchased it because of the overwhelming smell of chocolate and it smelled amazing. So I took it home and made it, and was surprised that I didn’t taste the spice from the chili peppers or peppercorns. Overall, it was an okay chocolate tea.
Flavors: Chocolate, Peppercorn
When I first read about this tea, I was hesitant at first – I mean coconut and lemon? But who knew it would smell AMAZING and taste just as AMAZING! One of my top favourites for sure. The ginger does not overpower the flavour at all. Just feels like you are relaxing on a beach enjoying a nice cup.
Flavors: Coconut, Ginger, Lemon, Lemongrass
A tea with White Chocolate? YES PLEASE. This tea combines both the sweetness of the white chocolate and spice of the licorice with a hint of coconut that makes for a perfect mug to snuggle up and stay in for the night. One of my favourite’s hands down.
Flavors: Coconut, Licorice, White Chocolate