I love real southern sweet tea so this looked exciting. Except that it wasn’t…it’s not even close to being sweet enough to be considered “sweet tea” and there’s way too much water. The tea that I could taste seemed good and fresh, but this is not sweet tea. Not by a mile. c+
Normally I have trouble telling one brand of milk apart from the next, but this one really stood out. It’s got a slightly sweeter than usual flavor and tastes a bit creamier than other milk brands. I really liked it. My favorite brand of milk so far! a
This looks good and pure, but notice how light the color of the drink is. That’s because it’s really watered-down green tea. It’s not bad: it tastes like good quality green tea. But it’s so watered down that they might as well have called it green tea flavored water. c+
I love Arizona’s honey green tea and I like a lot of the pomegranate tea’s from POM and other companies, so I was excited by this pomegranate green tea. Unfortunately, I was really disappointed. The pomegranate taste overpowered the tea and had a medicinal flavor that I didn’t like. Maybe that’s why other companies mix pomegranate with black tea instead of green tea. c-
Wow, it’s so good and refreshing. It’s lightly sweetened with honey, but it doesn’t overpower the green tea flavor. You can really taste the green tea, especially as an after taste, and there’s just a hint of the green tea bitterness that lingers. Good stuff! a
The label says proudly “real sugar.” Strangely enough, there’s a faint aftertaste that strongly reminds me of artificial sweetener. This root beer is pretty mild, and sort of flat. I’m not too crazy about it. d+
It seems more heavily carbonated than typical sodas so it really bites the front of your tongue. Then it slowly backs away and doesn’t linger. It’s neat. The strong, just barely herbal flavor is good, and mostly I enjoyed the effect of the sudden flavor that disappears quickly. An effervescent b.
Hmm…interesting…it’s really not like regular root beer. It’s sort of sasparilla-like, and slightly medicinal tasting. You can definitely taste the herbs, and it’s not too sweet. This is a bit too unique for my taste. It’s a bit too much like medicine trying to disguise itself as root beer. c
root beer…from hawaii!?
it’s very light, with a sharp kick at the end and an aftertaste of brown sugar (this root beer has (regular?) cane sugar and “maui natural white cane sugar”). i like it. after i finished the bottle, i also noticed a slight bitter taste that reminded me of chinese medicine. not sure i liked it but it was an interesting finish. …even now, about 10 mins later, i can still taste that chinese mediciney taste, except it’s more tempered by the cane sugar…i’m still not sure i like it, but it’s not a bad aftertaste to have. B
this neat looking sparkling himalayan tonic has asian pear and ginger blended with organic oolong tea. ah. sure looks good and refreshing doesn’t it? don’t believe it. it’s evil. i think the “wonder” stands for “i wonder who’s gonna drink this crap?” (shiver). F