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Absolutely gorgeous and uplifting tea, due to the ginger and pepper a little goes a long way. As with most teas that doesn’t contain actual tea leaves (i.e. herbal, rooibos, fruit tisane, etc.) it’s a good idea to use a little less but leave it steep for longer. Great with honey and lemon for when you have a sore throat, or mixed with a fruity tea to balance out that spicy ginger and pepper.
Flavors: Cinnamon, Cloves, Ginger, Pepper, Spicy
The T2 matcha is of a surprisingly good quality, and I enjoy it iced with lots of fresh lemon and maybe even a dash of soda or sparkling water, or hot with vanilla soy milk or any vegan milk with maple syrup. Really does need to be prepared properly, as will all matcha- whisked with 80 degree © water.
Seeing a lot of negative reviews on this tea, however I think the issue is brew time. With all teas that don’t contain actual tea leaves (so not black/white/green) I brew them from a longer period of time to a) really let them infuse and b) get the most out of my tea. Coco Loco is purely coco husks, which is fantastic if you’re looking for a dairy free chocolate drink. It honestly does taste just like chocolate if you brew it this way, for at least ten minutes to really get the flavour to come out. This tea is great blended with others e.g. Yerba Mate, and I make it at home with T2 Chilli Kiss and frothed milk. I just love knowing I’m getting a delicious chocolate flavour without the sugar, dairy and added chemicals. Big thumbs up from me! :)
One day I thought it would be really great if there was a banana flavored black tea I could drink. Not banana-coconut, not banana-walnut, not bananas foster, just banana. I decided to try T2’s Banana Bake, even though it supposedly has a hazelnuts in it. Luckily, I detected nothing but banana and black tea, with a bit of creaminess to it. Looking back on all this, I realized what I was actually pining for was probably Butiki’s Hello Sweetie, a tea I was only able purchase once, and immediately fell in love with. A tea, also, that will most likely never be replicated. But that’s unfair to compare T2 to, a nice, but much lesser tea, more akin I think to David’s Tea. I very much enjoy this hot, really don’t want to have it iced, and I think it may just carry me into the Fall season with no problem. Just a nice, banana-y black, good with breakfast or if you’ve got a craving for a dessert type tea. It will have to do.
Flavors: Banana, Creamy
This tea is absolutely delectable; a vibrant, creamy hint of apricot, peach and plum, I was drawn to this smell again and again. I am an absolute sucker for sunflower petals and I love Rooibos tea, so this is an absolute winner.
Flavors: Apricot, Peach, Plums, Rooibos
This reminds me a bit of T2’s Strawberries and Cream, with a tangy, sour note, but with the added notes of cinnamon. I was a bit hesitant to try it but it’s lovely and sweet. The hibiscus is nice and it works so well with the cinnamon (which isn’t at all overpowering).
Flavors: Berry, Cinnamon, Hibiscus
This was my very first T2 tea! And I still absolutely love it- the unique coconut/pineapple combo is luxurious and balmy, all blended with the goodness of green tea leaves! Beautiful tea, great taste- a classic.
Flavors: Coconut, Green, Pineapple
Absolutely beautiful and tender; this tea really is dreamy (and slightly creamy), with a lovely combination of rose and cornflowers. There’s something irresistibly light about this tea, transporting the drinker to another place and time, and can be drunk in winter or summer, evenings or mornings.
Flavors: Lavender, Rose
This is one of my favourite teas at T2- it’s my go-to green tea blend. I absolutely love the sunflower and cornflower petals, plus the rose, all of which makes it a beautiful light, floral combination with such a unique taste. I’ll definitely be buying another box soon as I’m almost out!
Flavors: Floral, Rose