Brewed with slices of ginger, this charmingly vanilla tea makes a surprisingly superlative cup of tea.
8 Tasting Notes
Good tea is good.
A bit too much licorice for my tastes, but quite good with plenty of ginger slices. Also good cold. (Which is very handy, considering I always end up with cold tea.)
A lovely, bold chai. Especially good with milk & slices of ginger root.
So much orange pekoe, so little time.
2 tsp. sugar, milk to taste. Classic.
Making this tea is half the fun – bright red candy lips & little chocolate chips are just so cute to scoop along with tea leaves. The sweet aroma of this tea filled my kitchen while it was steeping, which was lovely, as I waited 10 minutes. I like my teas strong & this tea (perhaps because it is loose?) doesn’t seem to live up to that. It seems the 10+ minutes of steeping worked this time, as the tea was as wonderful as the day I bought it. Peppermint overlays vanilla & a hint of chocolate makes it heavenly.