Ugh. Remind me not to get lattes when I have to take the bus. Queasy stomach was queasy. But, this remains a consistently yummy caffeine boost when I need it the most.
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Huh, thought I’d reviewed this one before. A delicious flavoured black, this is always a solidly enjoyable cup of tea. Not particularly exciting or daring, not of my diehard favourites, but a warm and comfortable cuppa when I need something as an emotional pillow. Great for cold, wet days.
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Wow, haven’t had this for a month. Still one of my absolute, hands-down favourites. A comfort tea for me.
This was . . . interesting. It was more maple than caramel, and as with most of the new DTs, the smell is better than the taste. Steeped it for almost eight minutes and still tasted pretty weak. Not seeing this as a need-to-replace, but a cute gimmicky tea.
Tried this in-store for the first time. I quite enjoyed it. Citrus-y but not tart and overwhelming. Very enjoyable cuppa, will consider adding it to the collection.
Had this in-store as a latte. Delicious and mellow.
Mmmmm. As with most of Tealish’s fruit blends, I found that this left a slightly perfumey feel in my mouth, but overall it was a very yummy green blend. The strawberry is the strongest flavour, with occasional hints of watered-down rhubarb. The green is mild and works well with the strong flavour of the strawberry. Nice airy summer tea.
God this was friggin’ tasty. And, as promised, velvety. Very smooth, unlike other chocolate-based teas which I find to be rather bitter or at the very least sharp. Definitely need to pick up more of this.
I drink this a lot more than I log it. Almost every night, in fact. I’m still playing with the steep time to try and avoid bitterness.
Tried this in-store, and like the Immunizer I was very pleasantly surprised. It was a bit sweet, but very tasty and easy to drink. Resteeped well. And it did give me a bit of a boost when I needed it. Definitely going to try the rest of the collection now.
Mmmm. I was very excited to try this tea, and was very pleased at the results. It’s very mellow, both for a green and a Grey. The Earl Grey flavour wasn’t terribly strong, but it was such an all-around nice cup of tea that I didn’t particularly care.
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Not bad. Very pretty when it was brewing – I wish I could get a decent picture of a flowering tea. Damn you, refraction. On my third cup and it is getting a little bitter, but I enjoyed this more than the green tea flowering teas, but I am totally biased towards Earls. Thank you to atuinsails for send it to my wifey!
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Tried this in store today. Usually I’m a little wary of cinnamon in my tea, but it worked well with the other flavours. More peppy than a cold remedy usually is (maybe because I unintentionally steeped it for almost twenty minutes, oops?), very enjoyable and gave me a boost for the rest of the day. Want to try another cup of it before I decide whether or not to add it to the roster.
This was a nice tea, very fruity without being floral and perfumey. The black tea was mild, not bitter. It was an enjoyable cup, but didn’t wow me. I got bored before I finished it.