5 Stars By Arlene P on 2017-07-13
Best Chai around
My friend loves this chai tea. I get it just so she can make her chai tea lattes. haha. She swears its better than anything else.
4 Stars By Insolation123 on 2017-05-28
good but strong
good but strong...go easy on the amounts till you you get it just right..I actually like to blend the two and add a little extra lemon...very good
5 Stars By Carina on 2017-05-17
My favorite budget loose leaf.
My favorite budget loose leaf.
3 Stars By Joseph Kasper on 2017-07-29
If you are plugged up this teas is for you
5 Stars By Geoffrey Giampa on 2017-08-17
Good flavor at a good price.
5 Stars By TnT on 2016-12-23
Yummy! Delicious and great fragrant!
This is delicious! Just right not too much. Love the scent too, especially the peach scent. I actually get 2-3 great teacups from ONE tea bag!
5 Stars By ltsgt2gether on 2017-05-14
five stars for the Green tea,
five stars for the Green tea, no rating on the black yet as I have not tried it but will let you know as soon as I do
3 Stars By PhotoGraphics on 2016-11-18
This tea has a secret
[IMPORTANT NOTE]: this seller has lumped about a dozen different products into one review page, hence the reviews may be misleading and confusing. To be specific what I am reviewing it is the Classic Black LOOSE tea]
My everyday beverage choice is coffee, usually unique and unusual varieties. But I love a good cuppa tea and when I do I want it to be special. That usually dictates properly brewing a good loose tea as opposed to dunking a teabag into some hot water for a few minutes.
This isn't one of those fancy fruity exotic teas, it is the classic black flavor like you might find in a store-bought generic teabag. It isn't treated in any special way, just processed like tea has been for hundreds of years. While the packaging describes it as iced tea it is not a tea that you steep cold â€¦ you would steep it with hot water as usual and then ice it. Hence it can just as easily be used to make hot tea.
The first impression (if you drink it black as I do) is some rooty bitterness, earthy and somewhat raw. But not unpleasant. Note that I did adjust the measurement and steeping time to account for the fact that this tea is intended to be watered down with ice.
A couple of product facts. I was unclear where Pure Leaf teas are actually produced, so the manufacturer helped me out. According to the maker, the teas are grown in a variety of places and transported to Morocco where they are packaged and distributed. This particular tea that I tried is grown in Kenya. Second, it is made by $56 billion Unilever, makers of Lipton tea (as well as brands like Best Foods, Ben & Jerry's, Dove & Lifebuoy soap, Axe deodorant, Noxzema, Q-Tips and over 400 other brands).
While the tea itself is good, I wouldnâ€™t consider it anything special and the price vs value is not the greatest. Since discovering this brand I have found it on the shelves of my local supermarket, of course at a much more reasonable price.
5 Stars By L. Pigo on 2017-09-07
Makes hot or cold tea. Very tasty
5 Stars By Debbie F. on 2016-12-13
This is one of the best Chai teas I have ever had
This is one of the best Chai teas I have ever had. Bold flavor and tastes fresh. Can't wait to try the other Pure Leaf flavors