REVIEWS FROM TEA REVIEWERS
REVIEW FROM QUALITY U.S. PRODUCTS - SPICY RED CHAI - NEW BLEND
Spicy Red Chai has great flavor, and while I like it plain by itself, it is excellent prepared in homemade coconut milk and sweetened by honey. Its a great way to wake up, or end the day after wearing out at work. Some tea flavors are really only good for certain times. Spicy Red Chai works pretty much any time, and is a great digestive-track stimulant. Unlike the “sugar mixes” you often see on store shelves, this chai has been carefully formed with warming spices like cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, cloves, fennel, cardamom, black pepper, and ginger–all mellowed out by a fine vanilla creme… meaning that if you like spice, this one is ULTRA nice. The real deal.
REVIEW FROM QUALITY U.S. PRODUCTS
ORGANIC PEPPERMINT BIBLE VERSE TEA
For the sake of “domestic science” we compared the Shepherd's Garden, sip by sip, with the spearmint flavor tea we had heretofore been drinking. Wow! The Shepherd’s Garden Peppermint tea won HANDS DOWN in taste, smell, drink-ability (we guzzled it), and the power of menthol.
Unlike our former force-options, which had been a spearmint/black tea combo that held an unsettling kinship to a stick of Wrigley’s, Shepherd’s Garden pure peppermint tea actually had that wonderful herbal cooling affect on the throat, that the others didn’t. Shepherd’s is, I noted, not diluted (or polluted, depending on how you feel about oxidized black tea) with black tea, nor is it artificially flavored.
Organic, pure and simple. You can feel the difference; it’s actually delicious.
As a bonus for me it’s also caffeine free.
No doubt Shepherd’s Garden Organic Peppermint Tea with Scripture is going to be another Made in America pantry staple in our home from here on out. With Valentines right around the corner, Shepherd's Garden is a great gift, or to treat yourself to a lovely boost these cool winter nights! Click here for source.
REVIEW FROM "THE TEA REVIEW"
Organic Chai Green from Shepherd's Bible Verse Tea
This is a very aromatic chai. I can smell the “usual spices” (that is, the spices one would often find in a chai) such as cinnamon, cardamom and cloves. I also smell a hint of fennel, allspice and nutmeg, which are three spices that are not always found in chai, but it is certainly a wonderful surprise when I find a chai that does have them. The cup smells deliciously warm and comforting – and that translates into the flavor as well.
The spices present a strong set of flavors: warm and spicy, peppery, nutty, and sweet. The vanilla adds a creamy, sweet element, while the fennel gives the cup a hint of licorice-y flavor. Click here to continue reading.
REVIEW FROM "IT'S ALL ABOUT THE LEAF"
Organic Peach White Tea
For a bagged tea purveyed by a modestly small little-known operation in Montana, this is pretty tasty stuff! . . . A finished cup yields an attractive, clear gold liquid. The peach flavor tastes natural and not chemical. The strawberry leaf is detectible and a nice complement. . . And the good folks at Shepherd’s Tea have added a lovely packaging tweak to pass that time peacefully–a carefully chosen Scripture verse (King James for Elizabethan flavor) to refresh your weary spirit while you wait. Click here to read entire review.