I bought a Pukka teas taster pack a few weeks ago, and kept notes so I could remember which ones I wanted to buy more of. These are my personal tastes and opinions, your results may differ!
star anise & cinnamon – “A velvety swirl of organic star anise, cinnamon & ginger” – Good but not sure I’d want to drink a whole box full, perhaps one for winter.
lively english breakfast – “A perky blend of organic whole leaf tea, ginseng & licorice” – Had this with milk. Quite good but a bit “fruity” for tea with milk. Not one I’ll be buying a box of.
three tulsi – “A sacred organic blend flowering with vibrant clarity” – A bit like Jasmine tea, not bad but a bit flowery for me.
lemon, ginger & manuka honey – “A welcoming cup of spicy-sweet organic bliss” – Very good, a classic. Though the manuka honey is only a flavouring, it doesn’t actually contain any. Not so good if left to go cold.
cool mint green – “An organic spearmint splash into green’s goodness” – Pretty much what it says on the tin – green tea with a hint of mint. A good combo – takes the edge of the green tea bitterness. Might buy this one.
rooibos & honeybush – “A copper red charm of organic earthy delight” – Not much to say really, tastes of rooibos – quite nice but not that keen personally.
lemongrass & ginger – “An uplifting organic lemony zing with a flying finish” – Not bad, hard to describe really – not quite as interesting as it sounds. Not interesting enough to consider buying any more. The lemony-ness is very subtle.
licorice & cinnamon – “A luxuriously sweet organic treasure gilded with golden spice” – You can’t really go wrong with this one – very nice, sweet and warming. Would buy again.
lemon & mandarin with lemon verbena – “An organic citrus sensation to cheer your senses” – Not quite as exciting or fruity as it sounds but a good fruity tea, similar to lemon and ginger I guess.
detox – “A lemony spring of organic aniseed, fennel & cardamom” – Nice and refreshing, light, lemony. Doubt it actually detoxes anything though!
elderberry & echinacea with elderflower – “A rich organic embrace tingling with fruity warmth” – Fruity, nice. Hard to distinguish all the flavours but would buy again.
wild apple & cinnamon with ginger – “A sunlit orchard of organic warmth & sweet spice” – Not bad and quite warming though not sure about the apple.
blackcurrant beauty – “Deliciously deep purple organic fruits to help you glow inside and out” – Blackcurranty, not much more to say.
womankind – “A delicate dance of organic cranberry, rose & sweet vanilla” – I had this in a pink mug to match the packaging. Not bad, lots of ingredients but none of them really stood out. Fairly generic “fruity” tea.
clean green – “A fresh burst of pure organic green tea with a luscious lemony lift” – Basically green tea with a hint of lemon. Pretty good though, takes the bitter edge off. I’d buy this if I wanted a green tea.
vanilla chai – “A caffeine-free organic lift flushed with cinnamon warmth” – Nicer than other chai teas I’ve had – I couldn’t really taste the vanilla but it seemed to work.
relax – “A deeply soothing fusion of organic chamomile, fennel & marshmallow root” – I had this on a stressful day to put it to the test – not sure if it worked or not. It was nice but not memorable – I probably wouldn’t buy this again.
sweet vanilla green – “A seductively sweet organic melody of soothing vanilla and whole leaf green tea” – Good but not that sweet and not much vanilla flavour. Better than plain green tea though.
gorgeous earl grey – “An inspiring infusion of organic whole leaf, bergamot & lavendar” – I’m not a massive earl grey fan but this one seemed pretty good – nice and smooth though I was left with a bitter taste when I’d finished the cup.
three ginger – “A warming swirl of organic ginger, galangal & golden turmeric” – It’s a good ginger tea, but it’s just ginger tea – couldn’t taste the other ingredients.
three licorice – “A sweet song of nourishing organic licorice from Kazakhstan, Pakistan & Egypt” – Very good and strong flavour but I think I still prefer the “peppermint & licorice” tea by Pukka.
cleanse – “A radiant blend of organic nettle, fennel & peppermint” – Hard to decribe, tasted mostly of peppermint but not as strong as a pure peppermint. Nice, but a bit boring.
supreme matcha green – “A vital wellspring of organic whole leaf green tea & the finest matcha” – Much like any other green tea I’ve had – a bit bitter but feels like it’s doing you good. The matcha is only 2% so probably more of a marketing gimmick than anything else.
three fennel – “Soothing organic sweet & wild fennel seeds with fennel leaf” – This smells pretty good and tastes ok too – a bit bland but I like it, I just don’t know why.
chamomile, vanilla & manuka honey – “A soothing dip in an organic pool of calm” – I was so calmed when I drank this that I’ve totally forgotten what it tasted like. It contains manuka honey flavouring, not actual manuka honey which is a bit of a swizz.
three cinnamon – “A sweet embrace of organic Indian, Indonesian & Vietnamese cinnamon” – Very cinnamony for obvious reasons – nice flavour, warming and has the best disclaimer – “Do not drink more than 4 cups a day”
night time – “organic oat flower, lavender & limeflower tea for peaceful sleep” – I had this during the afternoon and didn’t fall asleep (fortunately). It was pretty good, drinkable, hard to describe the flavour though – not as exotic a taste as the description might suggest.
revitalise – “A burst of warming organic cinnamon, cardamom & ginger” – Nice, smooth but not particularly memorable.
after dinner – “A delicious digestif of organic sweet fennel, roasted chicory & caradmom” – I had this mid-afternoon but I think it would go well after a big dinner, especially steak or similar.
serene jasmine green – “A sensual haven of organic green jasmine tea, chamomile & lavender” – Doesn’t taste as fancy or complicated as it sounds but good if you like that kind of flavour – I prefer the sweeter flavours personally.
original chai – “A royal flush of organic cinnamon, cardamom & ginger” – My favourite of the chai teas so far, or perhaps it’s just growing on me. I’d consider buying more of this one.