53 Tasting Notes
I enjoyed this tea- it has a solid almond flavor, which is not at all sweet. For those who want a bit of sweetness in a nutty tea, try the chestnut. Here you’ll get a very dry almond flavor, that works at pretty much any time of day.
I found this tea to be okay- it tastes like what it says: spice with a hint of citrus, but I think Adagio make better spicy and fruity blends. I find the flavors of Adagio’s Oriental Spice to be much bolder than in this blend.
I love the idea of this tea, but the flavor is just not strong enough for me. There’s a good black to tea base to this tea, but the melon flavor gets lost very easily- I only get faint hints of flavor. I would like this tea so much better if the flavor was stronger.
A real winner, as far as I’m concerned. This tea has a very smooth, nutty flavor that brews up nicely and goes wonderfully with a splash of milk. This is a very drinkable tea, a sort of unusual flavor for a dessert tea, but very yummy.
I got very excited about the idea of this tea, but unfortunately, it did not meet my expectations. There’s something slightly off about the pumpkin flavor of this tea- possibly the issue is that it tastes more like squash and less like pumpkin pie. The spice notes were very faint. This is not a tea I would repurchase.
Surprisingly good! I wasn’t sure how well grapefruit would sync up with black tea, but it proves to create a delightful morning tea- a nice variation from Earl Grey for those who like a bit of citrus.
This is the tea that got me hooked on loose-leaf teas- a nice blackberry black tea that’s not too sweet or fake-tasting.
This is a good fruity black tea, but it is not the most flavorful that Whittard offers. Sometimes it’s difficult to taste the mango, and it’s just not as lush as some of the others.
One of the few teas that I will drink in bags, rather than loose- this tea has one of the nicest strawberry flavors I’ve tasted. The flavor is not at all fake, just sweet summer strawberry.
I love Lady Grey tea, and I love Twining’s best of all- it’s basically a lighter version of traditional Earl Grey. I’ve found this to be a very versatile tea- drinkable at any time of day.