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I love this tea, the natural sweetness is the best thing when you are craving a dessert and trying to avoid chocolate!
Need awhile to infuse properly. Other than that, a really nice quick version of the traditional Indian Chai tea. Milk and sugar and you’re off!
NEW ZEALAND TEA IS AMAZING. I really like this tea chilled, sweetened with stevia, the mixed with a little bit of Perrier or San Pellegrino. Weird I know. But it’s like a green tea ginger ale that doesn’t affect my darn type 1 diabetes because it won’t spike my blood sugar. It also tastes lovely hot as well. Awesome for when you have a cold.
Smooth, unoffensive taste – but no minty exhale like other peppermint teas I’ve tried. I find that if I steep long enough to get that effect, the compromise is it tastes a bit dry and bitter down the back of the tongue. I do like 2 bags steeped together after a big meal to reduce bloating and intestinal discomfort, though I should probably just eat less. :)
While not technically a tea, Black Adder has been a staple in my home for many years .. I love it hot and I love it cold; I just leave the bag in my cup so it gets nice and strong then keep topping up with water until I can no longer taste it ..
It’s also a wonderful blender so if variety is your thing then try it mixed with other herbals or flavoured greens – today I threw a bag of this and a bag of Healtheries Green Tea with Mandarin & Limeflower in my travel mug, filled with boiling water and went on my way = so so good!
It’s very popular with guests, and I really wish I could buy it in larger amounts – this is the only reason I didn’t give it a rating of 100!