6 Tasting Notes
Pretty darn awesome! This one’s difficult to get around here, but the warm mellow flavour compliments my habit of putting milk in everything and is a special treat when I visit my mother in law.
When steeped properly, the almost nutty taste is really pleasing to my pallet. Good with a spot of milk, still very good even if you forget it and over brew. This is my go-to tea when I want uncomplicated reliability in a ready to steep sachet.
Tastes like minty backwash. The bitterness of the licorice does not combine well with the slight tastebud numbing effect of the mint, creating a substance invoking a good quality mint hand soap
A bland, unimpressive blend that tastes like no-name brand orange pekoe. It’s not offensive, but it’s not worth the premium box price. Why they decided this was a good symbol of Christmas is beyond me- it doesn’t even have anything special in its flavour.
An extremely nice blend of black tea and vanilla. Not as strong a kick as their english breakfast tea, which makes it a favourite. Pity only some grocery stores carry it!
The tea steeps quickly for a strong flavour. It can be a very intense kick in the morning and is best cut with milk.