Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 70
Rated 1 out of 5 by Yiayia Terrible. Tastes like artificial sweetner not tea.
I was very disappointed with the tea. Iread all of the information and no where did it say that it was sweetened with artifical sweetner and there were no reviews then. I was really excited about making iced tea but what a disappointment.
June 30, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by threemusketears fake flavor, no tea?
Followed the brewing instructions and noticed that what was being brewed was very light in color. I drank about half of the glass and couldn't finish the rest. It tastes like flavored water with way too much sweetener in it. Sucralose has a chlorine taste to me, so that was overpowering. Add that to the fact that there doesn't seem to be any tea in it, and it's just no good in my opinion. I wonder if it's because a good tea flavor needs 3-5 minutes to steep, and this is all done in under a minute? I love most everything else about my Tassimo and the coffees, however, just not a winner on the teas.
June 28, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Java1 Too Sweet, Contains Fake Sugar
The raspberry flavor is subtle and the tea flavor is even more subtle. The overwhelming flavor in this drink is the fake sugar, which ruins everything. It would be nice if this was just raspberry tea with no sweeteners of any kind so that the consumer can sweeten to taste. This is only the second Tassimo product I have ever tried that I can’t recommend. The first was the peach iced tea for all the same reasons I can't recommend this one.
June 28, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by CP78 Too sweet ... contains Sucralose
I was so excited when I saw new teas being added to the product line. Unfortunately, this product doesn't do it for me. It is way too sweet and contains both, sugar and sucralose! In theory, the sweetness could be offset by adding more ice or water. However, depending on how sweet you like your drinks, you might end up with watered down beverage, like I did. I would prefer if the T-discs would be unsweetened (I especially despise the taste of artificial sweeteners). Also, I would like to see non-caffeinated teas, such as herbal, rooibos, and fruit teas.
June 23, 2012