Of course, now that the winter teas are long gone I finally have made my peace with this tea. It’s still far too heavy to be at all cost efficient, but it is a nice treat. I gave this a generous steep for about 10 minutes, and that brought out the flavours I’ve been missing.
Dry, it smelled like forever nuts, though a cinnamon apple spicy smell came out in the steeped liquid. The liquor is very pale which led me to believe it would be lacking in flavour. Luckily, that was a trick! I’m getting a rich warm baked apple taste, which I’ve never really got before. I think that DT’s Forever Nuts will be my year-round substitute, but the flavour punch to weight/cost ratio is never quite high enough. If I forget the price though, is definitely a tea deserving of the 80s.
By the way, does anyone else thing of David Tennant before David’s Tea when they use the initials???? You’d have to be a fan of new Doctor Who, but I’m sure there’s gotta be some.. : )