Unlike the other chamomile flavored tea, this one has a more floral flavor, which seems to be further enhanced by the use of pomelo juice and its naturally slightly bitter flavor. Sweetened with a mix of honey and sugar, the product has a moderate amount of sweetness and there’s also a note of honey to the finish. However, there’s not that much green tea flavor in this mixture, which would probably make us reach for one of the other, more tea-heavy Noyu flavors instead. They’ve also enriched this all natural product with vitamins A, C, and E, which is certainly a marketable benefit. The packaging uses a nice looking light blue backdrop, a vertical Noyu logo, smallish accent images of fruit and chamomile, and horizontal text for the flavor name. It’s functional and easy to read, but we can’t help but feel as though the fruit images could be a bit bigger. In the current design, there isn’t a whole lot to whet the appetite. Really though, our bigger concern is for the flavor, which could definitely use some more tea flavor to the mix.
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