We love hearing what people think of our tea. Of course, the entire Art of Tea Tea’m has strong opinions about our favorites, but we like to know what you think of your’s. That’s why it’s especially exciting to get teas into the hands of tea experts to hear what they have to say.
With one of the longer reviews, Pure Sugar didn’t skip any details in describing Art of Tea’s blends. Pure Sugar tried three products from Art of Tea: White Coconut Creme, White Winter Chai, and French Lemon Ginger. What first struck this reviewer was the quality of ingredients. The White Coconut Creme had chunks of coconut flakes and the White Winter Chai had flavorful pieces of star anise. Even French Lemon Ginger was a hit with this blogger, even though they’re usually not into lemon teas. She recommended sipping on this popular tisane to get over a sore throat or other sickness.
The Tasteful Pantry
Searching for the perfect tea for a cold Winter day? The Tasteful Pantry thinks our Plum Oolong does the trick. This blog was impressed by how you can taste the quality of the ingredients, and by the use of schisandra berry, a fruit that improves your mood or mellows you out depending on what’s emotionally ailing you. The Tasteful Pantry tried Earl Grey Creme and Pumpkin Spice Chai, too, and noted the exquisite balance of sweetness and depth in both.
Tea Happiness focused on our graceful Rose Oolong for her review. This blogger noted a slight floral flavor, but mentioned that the most prominent flavor a vegetal oolong taste. For those who aren’t fans of floral notes, fear not. This oolong has more of a lingering scent than a strong flavor. She recommends gifting this gentle tea to friends or hostesses.
Bloggers at Sororitea Sisters weren’t Team Pu-erh before they tried our Dark Chocolate Peppermint blend, but found that the slightly earthy holiday favorite was a delightful game changer. The reviewer said that even though she wasn’t usually a fan of dark chocolate, “this one even made (her) drool a tad.” The dry, earthy leaves and bright peppermint flavors strike a perfect balance, while delicately sweet dark chocolate helps mellow out any strong Pu-erh flavors that might’ve scared off those who don’t usually love the fermented tea.
The Daily Tea
This review from The Daily Tea isn’t about the various teas we serve, but instead about our Tea of the Month program. The Daily Tea loved the “goldilocks” aspect of our program. You can choose a 3, 6, or 12 month subscription so you won’t get too many (or too few!) teas. This review is just a snippet about our awesome subscription program, so you can always look into our full breakdown to find the subscription that works best for you!
And then, of course, we have the reviews from you! Did you know that every tea on the Art of Tea site has comprehensive reviews with pros, cons, flavor notes, and “bottom line” feelings about the teas. Access our reviews by clicking the “Review” tab under the gallery on each product page. You can see what actual Art of Tea customers are saying, so you’re never surprised when you taste your teas! Or maybe you’ll be surprised that the teas taste even better than you imagined!