28 Tasting Notes
Lovely glittery, cinnamon-y tea!
I love this tea, but I can never find it outside of the Twinings variety pack. I love that it smells like fruit loops! I know that’s weird, but its so delicious!
Simple, basic, tasty earl grey
Nothing special, but a good earl grey nonetheless.
Sweet and vanilla-y! Very good, super creamy. So expensive, though, that I drink it very infrequently!
Green tea isn’t my favourite, but I love the flavour of jasmine. This tea is almost everything that I want it to be. Very good, very simple.
Its good, but it misses something without the caffine. I swear it affects the flavour!
So good; tastes like rum and eggnog in chai tea! I miss it so much when its not the holidays!
Hands down my favourite plain, bagged tea! So much flavour and great with sugar, milk, both, or nothing! <3
I quite like this as a simple tea, though not
quite as much as my Red Rose. However, somethign interesting to note, perhaps, is that this tea place is so old, and so Irish, that it is mentioned in James Joyce’s novel “The Dubliners”!
Anyway, this is your basic breakfast tea, nothing too special, but very good. My only issue is that I love to re-steep my teas once or twice, but if you do that with this one, you somehow get a fair bit of flavouring from the bag its in, which is really odd. But I’m sure that isn’t a deal breaker for anyone!