|Nice to add to herbal or other teas. Particularly good to add when teas are undergoing second or third steeping|
|Arrived in its lovely gold sealed bag - with thanks Kerri|
|Very nice tea. The taste is very herbal and sweet. Tastes great drinking by itself or edding to some green teas.|
|Dear Mr. Ong,
I received my order promptly. I was actually surprised to note that the tea was shipped directly from China. My tea arrived in perfect condition.
I have been a longtime customer of Upton Tea Company in Upton, Massachusetts, USA -- but their company did not have the honeysuckle tea that was recommended to me for the chronic bronchitis that often follows me through the winter months. I now am taking a regular cup of the tea and hope it will help.
I will let you know if my bronchial condition improves as a result of the honeysuckle tea. If you have any further recommendation for this condition, I would be very much interested in knowing your thoughts on the matter.
With much appreciation,
|One of my favorite herbal teas I´ve had, and it also works well if mixed with other teas.
Don´t expect the taste of actual, bloomed honeysuckle though!|
|I am delighted with delicious tea, and with all the teas I ordered. I highly recommend TeaSpring for anyone who would like to purchase tea from mainland China.
The teas arrived in very lovely packaging, which were clearly marked by product in both English and Chinese---delightful!!!
I ordered two of many of the teas to give as a birthday gift to my brother who has been drinking Chinese tea for 30 years. He is very happy with the gifts.
|Not my favorite herbal tea. Smells nothing like fresh honeysuckle. these are flower bulbs, not yet bloomed. |
|I think this tastes like medicine. I love the scent of fresh honeysuckle blooming but this is basically the opposite. I´d drink it if I was sick but not daily. Disappointing. I may have to use it as potpourri. The smell is the worst part though.|
|Unusual but tasty. Interesting in combination with Qian Ri Hong.|
|this is a must if you enjoy something sweet... i mix several herbal selections together and the honeysuckle brings nice balance to it... will try and add it to my regular teas and see what it brings to the table...|
|It is now my favorite. It´s a warming sweet tea. I could drink it all day.|
|This wasn’t really much to my taste. I’m not a herbal tea drinker to begin with, but I do like to use dried stuff to blend with otherwise dull teas. I’ve tried blending this with a number of different things, but I find the taste of it too overpowering. I’ll probably have to experiment some more with it to find a good blending ratio, though.|
|The flavour of the tea is very flat, but the flower remedy of honeysuckle is of value for people who want to forget the past, or fear of bad past experiences. As I could not get the flower remedy, I was glad to find this.|
|Great mixed with your choice of Oolong|
|A distinct flavor that is prevelant in many different tea mixes. I found the honeysuckle flower to be a good mid afternoon sipping tea. It has a pleasant but bold flavor. This tea is good by itself, and a very entertaining drink when brewed with rock salt.|