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Not bad, though certainly not my favourite. Good for when I want black tea late at night, but needs far more sugar than I’m willing to use to bring out the flavour.
Practically overflowing with vitamins and antioxidants, this is my favourite tea for when I feel a cold coming on. It’s particularly with a slice of lemon to give it an extra kick.
Not really picking up on the cherry, but still a quality rooibos overall. The leaves are particularly flaky, but easy enough to scoop out with a spoon.
It took me a while to warm up to this tea and it’s heavy floral notes, but this blend is still superior to others that I’ve tried. Doesn’t hold up to the original Earl Grey, but still a fine tea to have with cookies on a rainy afternoon.
Still not entirely sure what to make of this blend: the smell is enticing, reminiscent of candy as others have said, but the flavour is very mild if you skimp on the leaves. Tastes a bit like murky water with milk. Overall, still enjoyable.
My go-to tea when I’m feeling up for something a little more adventurous than plain orange pekoe. Very light, takes a while to steep: perfect if you have nothing better to do than sit alone in a cave all day.
The lovely, fruity aroma set me up for disappointment. All I can taste is the licorice powder.
Refreshing and particularly delicious with half a spoon of sugar (if your charge is willing to spare any.) I find it gets slightly murky at the bottom, so it’s best to stir periodically.
Among one of my favourite black teas. Every morning, before it gets too hot to venture outside, I walk four miles to the nearest well and gather just enough for my morning brew. Steeped in freshly boiled water straight from the fire.