6 Tasting Notes
I was surprised at how much I enjoy this. I get two steeps out of the bag. It does what it sets out to do and has a natural sweetness. I will definitely be repurchasing.
An enjoyable Earl Grey that is not too strong. It’s definitely what I reach for when I am not in the mood for Tower of London. I hope to try the other variations.
Tossing between this and H&S Earl Grey as my second favourite.
It’s the perfect sweet start to any day.
Warm and smooth vanilla with a lovely bergamot finish.
My favourite tea to date. I save it for those special occasions when I deserve a treat or need a real mood booster.
I adore this intensely.
This captures the season perfectly and I often have this after a long day to help me wind down.
Dry, it smells sweet and spicy.
Once brewed, everything comes together and it doesn’t taste as artificial as a lot of T2’s flavoured teas do.
It’s fresh AND soothing.
There are enough slices of orange to give it a bit more kick but cardamom and clove bring such a warmth that you feel yourself glowing from the inside out.
The little meringues are an absolute treat as well! They don’t add much sweetness to the tea itself so I usually pick them out and gobble them up beforehand.
The reason why I purchased this was because it smelled absolutely amazing in store.
I had not tried fruit teas previously so was not sure what to expect but I had a somewhat positive experience with this.
The taste is very light, regardless of how long you steep it, which is not something I particularly like. I find myself actually eating it straight from the tin rather than drinking it. This would be more appropriate in warmer weather as an ice tea so I’ve left it in the back of the cupboard in favour of T2’s Autumn.