Sunday, 22 February 2015
Puka Womankind Tea
It is described as: "A delicate dance of organic cranberry, rose and sweet vanilla."
Well. that's the description on the packet that the tea bag came in. But what is the reality? What did the ladies from the That's Food and drink taste test team think of it? How does that description match with the reality of the situation?
This was what they reported. One who was admittedly not the world's greatest fan of fruit teas was not keen on it.
But other team members were able to report that they had enjoyed it very much.
It was very pleasing to the senses of both scent and taste, they could definitely identify the various flavours, some more so than others. Rose and orange being predominant, they reported.
Bring a Puka tea it's a given that the ingredients are ethically sourced and that all of the ingredients are organic in origin and certified in the UK by the Soil Association.
The ingredients are chamomile flower, shatavari root, licorice root, hibiscus flower, marigold flower, beetroot, orange peel, orange essential oil flavour, vanilla pod (4%) rose flower (4%) and, finally, cranberry 4%.