This tea is amazing for an upset tummy or even a headache. It has a beautiful flavour, peppermint with the licorice (which I tend to hate) is perfect and it has a very cool, sweet aftertaste.
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A sweet start to the morning – have to drink quickly or it becomes bitter.
This tea is absolutely perfect! It’s so rich and decadent and tastes exactly like hot chocolate, only better. What’s more, the mint creates a rather sweet and refreshing after-taste. It’s a lovely way to warm up on a cold and rainy day and doesn’t require a drop of milk.
Very refreshing as both hot and cold. I use it as an iced tea in place of my morning juice, very refreshing.
I do love a good tisane in the morning. This is such a refreshing brew, and makes a great way to start the day! It’s also delicious as an iced tea – add fresh apple to soak up the flavours. Yum!
This is a multipurpose comfort tea for me – today it’s at work. I love that I can brew a cup hot, get distracted, forget about it, and still enjoy it cold later, unlike many teas.
Very savory fragrance although less so on taste. Very lovely drink would probably be great with a meal although I drank it alone.
This tea is excellent.
I’ve gotten fanatical about jasmine teas (not reflected in reviews because lately I’ve been reviewing teas on paper scraps, but they will be on Steepster later), and what I’ve noticed is that some lack the freshness of taste that really makes a good jasmine tea delicious, which is a real shame. This tea does not. It’s fresh, heady, and makes a thoroughly good iced tea. It’s almost a bit perfume-y, but that gives the impression that it’s fake tasting or excessively strong, which is isn’t. I don’t know how they’ve achieved this strength of jasmine flavour without making it taste perfume-y in the negative sense. It’s balanced very well. It’s the best jasmine I’ve had, and I’m now so glad that I have a big pack of it in this hot weather.
I have something like eight or ten more jasmine teas on the way to me from Upton Tea Imports, and another bag that I got from a critically praised tea shop in Sydney, so my mind might change, but at the moment, this is the best to me. It’s just so damned good, and when mixed with a little freshly squeezed orange juice makes an iced tea to die for.
I drank like a litre of this out of a mixing bowl from the freezer today, after having drank a giant three-cup mug of it earlier. I’m not even ashamed of those facts.
I was reluctant to buy this and the other (Melbourne Breakfast) T2 tea that I got, because T2 doesn’t offer sample sizes, and I didn’t think buying full-sized boxes of chain store tea would work out well, but in this case, my reservations have been really unfounded.
When I’ve been buying/ordering tea lately and there’s been so many jasmines, a tiny part of me has thought, “Do you really need to try more jasmines? Can’t you have too much jasmine?” This tea has simplified the answer: NO!
The best. The best. It’s the best, Ron. Seriously, serve this hot OR cold with a dash of vanilla soy milk for your world to be ROCKED.
MWAHAHAHAHAHA I CAN DRINK THE REST OF MY SUNRISE SUPPLY BECAUSE IT’S BEEN ADDED TO THE REGULAR T2 STABLE! TODAY IS THE BEST DAY!
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Actually kinda works in yoghurt…
A ‘black’ oolong with a smooth round woody character and a slight honey/fruit finish. One of my favourite oolongs!
Smooth subtle buttery flavour with fruity aromas and milky/nutty undertones. My favourite green right now.
The vanilla is subtle and chocolatey and balanced by the hint of smokiness from the Yunnan. The keemun adds a fruity sweetness while the Assam provides richness and body.
It is a pleasant green tea with the roundness and softness of vanilla. Simple as that. Don’t over-steep it.
I rate this highly for a black tea. This was one of the first black-teas I really could get into, picked up in Melbourne and sipped lovingly all the way up the coast and into the Daintree over the course of a month. It brings back fond memories and I’d love to have more of it. Another fine tea from T2…
This is my favorite ‘sleepy’ tea, completely free of Chamomile, which is what I search for. This sets the bar for ‘night time’ teas for me (as opposed to simply herbal— I consider the use of ‘calming herbs’ to make a tea a night-time tea).
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Oh yeah! I somehow managed to score a T2 sample with my ridiculous amount of goodies from TassieTeaGirl and decided I’d try this guy iced the other day when I needed one.
Zang! I like! There must have been a bit of rosehip? Or hibiscus? Caught near the bottom of my clear base-pour steeper, because as the tea steeped it took on a golden hay kind of colour, but when I poured out it was more orange/peachy! Made me giggle. The tea was definitely nice and refreshing with some nice fresh flavours going on. I want to put gin in this, just because there are juniper berries. Good, good.
Almost out. This is the worst news when I’m trying to run down my tea supplies. Maybe I’ll make an exception for this guy.
Drank the last of mine today, and as I’m trying to run my ample tea stores down a bit I probably won’t see it for a while. Note to self: it’s lovely.
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Wow! This tea is incredibly fragrant. The leaves and brewed tea smell like “strawberries and cream” lollies. If you feel like a super sweet fragranced, delicious tea, it would be hard to go past this.