100 Tasting Notes
Added a splash of milk – tastes like thin coffee drink. Tastes nice with breakfast. Added milk and cinnamon on another occasion – negligible effect r/t taste. Need to remember that it’s not a coffee drink – it’s disappointing if expecting a thick and creamy drink.
Very thin, tastes almost like coffee grounds in water. The mocha flavor with more chocolate would make an appearance occasionally, but not enough to keep drinking the cup. Maybe improved with milk? The flavor is conflicting because my brain keeps wanting it to be a creamy coffee drink. Tasted 10.2018
Flavors: Coffee, Mocha
Loved this tea in college with a bit of honey or Splenda. It didn’t disappoint when I retried it, and it doesn’t need any sweetener now – there’s a sweet finish at the end of each sip. Very soothing for an upset stomach.
Flavors: Anise, Licorice, Spices, Sweet
Made per instructions: steep hot, pour over ice, cool overnight. Serve over ice. initially tasted good, but then started to just taste very watery. I was forcing myself to drink it so I wouldn’t waste it, but it just wasn’t that appealing. Tasted 09.2018
Flavors: Cranberry, Fruity
Steeped hot and poured over ice. Tastes like thin cranberry juice diluted with a lot of water. Could use sweetener, but would require a lot to make it good. This was the best variation of the fruity teas, but is still just meh. Mixing the teas together didn’t really improve things.
Steeped 2 bags for 3 minutes and poured over ice, per instructions. Smells like a Juicefuls candy – sweet and almost pucker-y with anticipation. i liked it more than the cranberry tea, but it still didn’t taste that great. It tasted like a flower, maybe potpourri? Tasted 09.2018
Flavors: Berry, Floral
I really wanted to like this one – the ingredients sounded lovely and delicious. Unfortunately it was very spicy and overpowering with too many competing flavors. Several of the ingredients toned down would greatly improve this tea. Tasted 09.2018
Flavors: Bergamot, Cinnamon, Citrus, Spicy, Tea