October Teas

Hello world! We are here with the teas from October, allowing us to have officially caught up with teas from all my tea boxes. Almost in time for my box renewal. I hope you are all having a splendid Tuesday! Let’s jump right in.

Month: October 2019

Organic Queen of Tarts by David’s Tea

This tea is made from hibiscus, guayusa, marigold petals, stevia extract (all organic), with natural blackberry flavoring.

It was not horrible, which is not saying much. I have had teas that I have hated, and this one I could, at least, tolerate. It is very fruity, if you are into that. I’m really not much of a fruit tea person, but if you are try it! It is very fruity, and does taste tart. I recommend for that, but not for myself.

This tea has low caffeine.

Rating: 2/5


Good Hope Vanilla by The Republic of Tea

This tea is made from rooibos, natural vanilla flavor, and vanilla beans.

I have this weird love-hate relationship with rooibos teas. Its as if I hate them, then I grow to love them as time moves on, and right now I have no clue how I feel about this tea. The vanilla is strong, which makes up for a lot of it, but do I like it? I’m not sure. I know I don’t hate it, but it isn’t something I’d find myself reaching for if I had the options of all my favorites. As a vanilla tea it is good, and I wonder how this will taste with cream and sugar (which I like never use, so maybe next time I drink a black tea, I’ll try it. AKA next time I go to IKEA)

This tea is caffeine-free.

Rating: 3/5


Love by Pukka

This tea is made from chamomile, limeflower, elderflower, marigold, licorice, rose, and lavender.

This tea tastes heavy of chamomile. I’m getting hints of other flavors in it, but it is mostly chamomile for me. That’s nothing horrible, not by far, but if you are expecting something revolutionary, I don’t think that this is the tea. Was it good? Yes. Is it my favorite version? No. It is aa good tea.

This tea is caffeine-free

Rating: 4/5


Tropical Green by Tranquilo Teas

This tea is made from green tea, pineapple cubes, mango cubes, flavoring, saffleflower, and sunflower blossoms.

To begin with, this tea smells amazing, just before putting it in the water. Oh man, I don’t think I’ve liked the smell of a tea so much. I feared that I would hate the taste for that reason alone. (What is the fear of: tea not living up to the expectations?)

Now, I don’t want to say that I love this. Because I don’t know if I do, but what I do know is this tea reminds me of childhood candy. Its a fruit tea I can get behind, but is not something I’m probably going to drink a lot of, because it does taste like candy to me. Wow. A fruit tea I like.

This tea has low caffeine.

Rating: 4/5


Since this is my final catch up tea post, you will not be getting another tea post until the next tea box comes in, and from that point on, once a month. I may be moving teaboxes to Thursdays, or Wednesdays, since I was originally just posting them on Tuesdays to fill up Tuesday space. IDK we will see.

Until Next Time,

MM


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