105 Tasting Notes
Just like juice. I feel like they either made this tea for people who like juice but don’t want the calories and the sugar or they made this for people who are more into summer iced teas and DT doesn’t want to loose those customers in the winter. Someone suggested in his review to eat it instead. I must say it made a very good oatmeal topping… except when I had the hibiscus bits.
I burned my sample of this by following DT’s steeping instructions :( It says to use a water at 90’c which is (now that I think of it) odd since it’s a blend of green tea (usually requires water at 85’c) and white tea (usually requires water around 75’c). So, yeah, my first cup was undrinkable. The dry leaves smelled nice though (although maybe too fruity for me) and the leaves were beautiful too. I resteeped it with proper settings and, well, I have less to say about it. Nothing special, not my kind!