TYPE: White, Flavored
ANIME: Real Life
DESCRIPTION: As The Tea Guy went on vacation to the Bahamas, he was told to bring back a gift. That gift is this tropical tea. Sit back, put an umbrella in your drink, and enjoy this tea as it takes you to the Bahamas.
INGREDIENTS: White Tea, Rose Petals, Natural Pineapple Flavor & Natural Coconut Flavor
CAFFEINE LEVEL: Low
BREWING INSTRUCTIONS: 1 tsp per 8 oz. water, 180° for 3-5 minutes
RE-BREW: 2-3 times
BREWING SKILL LEVEL: 2
Pre-Bagged: Pre-bagged means that we put the tea in individual tea bags for you. Each size will be divided into 2.5 grams per tea bag, or:
8 bags per 20g
20 bags per 50g
40 bags per 100g
Hard to know what to say. John's Trip to the Bahamas was a sample in the first set of teas I bought, and I loved it from the first cup. There's something about it that feels like sitting by the ocean, just relaxing in the shade and listening to the waves. One of the best things about it is it doesn't need any help. Like most of the Dragon's Treasure teas I have had, I only need to add a little milk or creamer to cool it down once it's done steeping. It doesn't need any sugar at all, unlike store-bought teas. I 100% recommend this.
I didn't think I would like this tea based on the description. I'm not much of a fan of white teas, and tropical flavors are just kind of ehh to me. I've been working my way through the sampler pack I was given and I am really glad I decided to try this one! I've had four cups of this today and I'm kicking myself for not trying it sooner. This is one of the best teas I have ever had, far superior to store bought teas.
FINALLY you put this tea on sale! I told you I wouldn't review this tea until it goes on sale again, and I kept my end of the bargain now, lol. I think I prefer this tea more iced, actually. It's like a pina colada tea.
Has very lightly fruity notes. The clean coconut aroma and after taste will take you away to an island far away.
John's Trip to the Bahamas is a delicious tropical tea. I love the delicate flavor of this white tea. Just don't brew it too hot, and this tea will blow you away.