6 Tasting Notes
I totally love this tea. Of all of Twinings’ it has to be one of the best, in the infusions selection box they also have a blackcurrant and ginseng tea, and this just shows how superior the berry is to the currant. The combination of these two, as they state on the box.. is a match made by nature
I have not tried this tea.. but it sounds tasty tasty indeed. I would definitely be holding out for the kiwi flavour though.. that’s interesting and new in a tea for me, strawberry tea is everywhere and not always best.. Also, HOW, can neither of you ever tried a Kiwi fruit?! missing out majorly… get yourselves down to a fruit shop
A definite revitaliser.. there’s just something about the stern ginger taste that brings you back to life and makes you think clearly.. for how long this lasts i couldn’t tell you ;)
Again, i add a little sugar and leave the teabag in throughout, getting a really full flavour by the last mouthful. I would point out that Asda do a (of course – cheaper) version of this tea but with mango flavours added as well, which gives it another dimension.. its not quite as … ‘exquisite’ as Twinings perhaps, but this could just be branding psychology.
A very tasty tea for mid-late afternoon.
I think the best way to try a new tea is to just pour a cup as it is, no milk no nothing.. and see what you want to do to it. I had never tried this before today, .. lovely. there is definitely a hint of apricot in there and its very smooth without milk and after adding a touch of sugar.
ok i admit i do have a bit of a sweet tooth, but the all encompassing sugary fruitiness of this tea with a spoon or two of the good stuff is without doubt my favourite of the infusions range, although there are a few close contenders. As with most if not all of these teas, i leave the teabag in for the duration to get a real strong burst from the teabag’s contents.