22 Tasting Notes
Creamy and flavourful black tea with a vanilla flavour. I think this would be delicious as a London Fog! Doesn’t taste very much like bergamot though.
Bland, bland, bland. Is there tea in this?
Mmm, this chai from Harrison Hot Springs’ Tre Sorelle was delicious. Spicy and dark, although maybe a little too much on the vanilla side (I still haven’t come around to teas with vanilla added!)
Tried heated over the stove with soy milk. Not too spicy; the flavours came through a little muddled. Might be good to drink steeped plain without any milk.
Not my favourite Earl Grey. It’s a decent, but there’s much better blends out there. This one has a little bit too much of a strong, one-note bergamot flavour that overwhelms the tea.
Incredibly boring tea… flavourless and bland.
Tasty yerba maté in bags. Mild flavour, close to a green tea but with a pleasant grassy aftertaste.
I’m not really a chamomile fan but I make an exception for this one. The flavour is complex enough that it’s satisfying to drink even without caffeine!
Tastes a bit weird to me; I’m not a big fan of the chamomile-spearmint combo. YMMV on whether it makes you sleepy!
This clovey, orangey blend was one of my favourite teas when I was a kid, but I think the formula, or my tastebuds, must have changed – the last time I bought a box I found it quite overpowering and less satisfyingly complex.