This tea is one of the older ones in my stash. I got it from Sororitea Sisters and like the Beipu tea I had the other day, it got lost. Now I am finishing it off and not writing a proper Sororitea Sisters review for it because I don’t think the age has served it well.
Sometimes I find with rooibos teas, older ones in particular, they smell lotion-y when you steep them and then they taste off. This is one of those times but it is not tasting particularly off now that I’ve tried it. It’s got a hibiscus note and some citrus which covers the base. It is fruity/berry-filled but has a warmth to it. It’s beaten my low expectations but I am not a huge fan. Something tells me age is not the culprit either and that its the flavor profile and me that are not compatible. Oh well.