14 Tasting Notes
A good, bold black tea. Reminiscent of Earl Grey in its citric hint, which may vary with the brewing time. A tasty cup anytime of day.
Delicious- strong, black and rough as a pure Ceylon should be. Again – no milk, no sugar, no sweeteners of any kind. Enjoy the taste!
A little faint for a black tea. The smell of cinnamon and raisins is there, but in all, it generates a kind of sweet smelling brew that disguises the taste of the actual tea. Those who like iced tea might enjoy this one better.
A blend of Keemun and Ceylon…so I´m gessing, is this the new version of Twining´s Traditional Afternoon?
For some rerason Im not finding the Traditional Afternoon to add a tasting note…maybe they´re not carrying it any more?
Anyway, would love to try this one. A blend of black by Twinings can´t be bad :-)
A very good cup! Mild for a black blend, with a distinctive hint of flowers and citric flavour. I would recommend trying it without sweeteners of any kind or milk, to appreciate its full taste, colour and aroma.
A good tea – but for a spiced blend, I expected a bit more of a kick. Spices were there – yes – but I expected a bit more presence and contrast between spices and tea. Good – but try adding one or two cloves to the cup for additional flavour.
A delicious blend of Darjeeling and Assam – if I dare risk, more of the second than the first one. Being a blend of black teas, it is of mild strength and flavour. Another of Harrod´s delights. Buy, enjoy and share wherever available…it´s just so impossible to find in some locations!
A good blend- but if you cherish a strong, black, dark and astringent cup an excellent Ceylon should be, don´t expect to be marveled.
An excellent wake-me-up tea. A flavourful reddish-dark brew, which may seem a little bitter for some palates but still, I prefer it with nothing added. Very similar in strenght to the Melroses´of Scotland Scottish Breakfast blend. A sharp, bold taste I enjoy in the mornings and at any time of the day.