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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.
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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.