A fantastic assortment of unique organic blends – Mountain Oolong, Darjeeling Quince, Orange Jasmine, Lemon Lavender, and Vanilla Pear. Includes 15 single serve loose leaf teas that smell and taste great.
Requires an infuser to brew. You may have to tweak the steeping process to match your taste preferences so the flavor doesn't turn out too weak or too strong.
Appreciated by tea lovers who don't have time to brew or don't like hot tea – this pack of 12 bottles includes top flavors: peach, honey green tea, and tea/lemonade. Brewed with organic, fair trade tea leaves.
Pre-sweetened, which may be a deal-breaker for those who prefer sugar-free tea or like to control the level of sweetness. Some reports from repeat users of an occasional bottle with a strange flavor.
Offers an impressive assortment of flavorful teas – 8 varieties and 48 tea bags. Tea connoisseurs rave about the unique flavors including Lemon & Orange, Black Tea, and Ceylon Breakfast. Comes nicely packaged.
Some of the flavors are stronger than others, and the tea bags aren't individually packaged.
A good choice for sipping while unwinding and relaxing, as it has a delicious herbal blend that includes lemon balm, chamomile, lavender, passion flower, and honey. Organic and caffeine free; 16 tea bags.
The flavor isn't for everyone – some consumers found it too light, while others found it overpowering. A few who tried it griped because the blend includes mint.
Owners of Keurig brewing systems can't get enough of this English breakfast blend crafted with black tea from Twinings of London that's been making tea since the 1700s. 24 pods.
The flavor may be too bold for tea drinkers that prefer a milder taste. Some tea enthusiasts prefer the traditional method of brewing.