41 Tasting Notes
I got this in my tea haul at Walt Disney’s Epcot in the Twinings Tea Shoppe in England in the World Showcase. It’s one of my staple autumn/winter teas. Perfect for when the weather is cold and either pumpkins are on your porch or a lit up tree is in you living room (hopefully not at the same time).
Perfect for earl grey fans. It’s like a more mild earl grey, but not too mild that you’d find it weak. Perfect for afternoons.
A very strong Earl Grey. Upon opening the canister you can smell just how strong the bergamot is in this one. The perfect morning earl grey.
The bagged version of this tea is delicious. A perfect dessert tea. I’ve found that this is great for tea beginners that still have a problem with the bitter taste that most tea beginners have a problem over coming. Very light and almost sweet even without sugar added. I compare it to their Prince of Wales.
This is a delicious dessert tea. I would compare it to their Darjeeling. A nice gentle taste that even most non-tea drinker can enjoy if you’re forcing them to try to like tea.
My go-to tea almost every single night. Earl Grey is my weakness and being able to drink it a lot and not worry about caffeine is a great thing. This is probably what Captain Picard drank so often since he never seemed too jittery.
My favorite teas are black teas, but this is a pleasant tea when you wanna mix things up. This is the second rooibos I’ve ever had and it wasn’t dissapointing for me. I prefer this one in the afternoon than any other time of day.
It’s like a mild Earl Grey. Not in a bad way. I actually find this delightful. And whenever I can find decafs of my favorite teas, I’m a happy gal! Perfect for anytime of day, but I especially enjoy this after dinner when I’m winding down on the couch.
This tin didn’t have the Afternoon Blend in it like the label said. It was a Marshalls purchase and this one had earl grey in it instead. Based on the earl grey and english breakfast teas from the other tins, I don’t really think I’m missing out on much. I just want to blow through these teas so I can store other – better quality – teas in these tins.
Very bland, but not terrible. The packaging makes you buy it for the cute tins, but it’s not something I’d repurchase – unless of course they made new tins.