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One of my friends and I routinely ask each other – how can a tea that smells this awful taste this good?
Don’t judge this tea by its smell – if you’re worried about trying it, maybe buy a small portion of it, or wait until it makes its way into the rounds of Tea of the Day again; it tastes very woodsy, and then when it’s left your mouth you can taste the orange and ginger lingering behind on your tongue. It’s delicious, though not one of my go-to teas – it’s one of those teas that when I want it, nothing else is a suitable substitute.
I adore this tea. It was one of the first ones that I went back for a tin of. I drink this instead of my coffee now in the morning. It’s excellent hot and not too bad when it’s cold. You can definitely taste the white chocolate and almonds in it. One of the girls at my local Davids told me that it’s also an appetite suppressant!
It’s sad sad sad sad sad sad… That I’ve just had a sample of this tea. I would drank more and more of this one!
The smell is complete, the blend is just so colorful and finally the taste… Is just what you need during a cold winter day!
Who gonna give me a little more of this one? haha.
Free Forever Nuts for everyone! Yes, I would like to give a cup of this marvelous blend to everyone in the world!
No, it’s not nutty. It’s recomforting instead! I’ve just drank a little heavenly cinnamon blend with some apple and others aroma which make me think of… “Croustade aux pommes”. I don’t know how to say it in english, but it smell like that! Definitely it’s worth the buy. The only thing is that the "tea"a is heavy so… You have less tea for your money.
I picked this one out of the three available in my local store because the pieces were whole, rather than … well, pieces. It’s a little bitter, so would probably go really well with some sugar and milk (or, as suggested, sweetened condensed milk). Having just added that, I like it more, but I’m going to experiment with the steeping time. It still seems a little too thick.
This tea does strange things to my head. The scent is really potent and blows me away while pouring my cup. From the scent I think I know what’s coming. It takes me back to my early highschool tea days, or to that best cup of Earl Grey I’ve ever had at a cafe by St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. But there is also a bit freshly-squeezed orange hitting my nose along with the bright bergamot.
Bringing the cup up to sip, my tastebuds are still expecting a classic Earl Grey. So it’s a bit of a shock to get what they do, but they like it. The crisp bergamot is delicious but there are also other juicy citrus notes and a light sweetness. None of the astringency of black tea. It all blends together seamlessly.
I wanted something with at least a little caffeine this morning, but it needed to be gentle. This made the perfect Sunday morning tea.
This is light and fresh but has the essence of a classic Earl Grey. The bergamot and orange here are crisp and refreshing, and the green makes a lovely base. The citrus is sharp on the nose but perfectly mellow and smooth when sipping. I haven’t had a lot of luck with alternative Earl Grey-types (except for the Cream) but this is nicely balanced and exceedingly pleasant. It’s a lovely variation and I can see it being an afternoon standby. It also kind of feels like an honorary member of the spring collection.
Mm, this is nice. Nutty and mildly sweet. I need to give it a longer steep next time, but I like how rich it is. I drank this with dinner, which I don’t usually do, and it went nicely. It also helped me avoid feeling like I NEEDED something sweet after I finished as I usually do. I should have a cup of tea immediately following dinner more often.
Things that advertise they help blood sugar control typically aren’t applicable to type 1 diabetes. But, if it’s a tea clearly I have to try it! And if it might at all help block carb cravings that would be pretty amazing.