Perfumy. Quite nice.
64 Tasting Notes
I actually really like this one, despite the sad reviews.
I had this ages ago, and only recently rediscovered it.
Of course its not uber strong so you can’t make it in a jumbo
mug but its lovely with milk and a bit of sugar. (and I just leave the bag in)
Can’t make this one without everyone knowing.
Tastes of buttery mellow mintiness.
Turned a coworker onto this one, which is double badness since i don’t get back
to the US enough. :P
Got this one as a tester with a perfume swap.
OMG!! This one is amazing. Not big on anise but
this was lush and coconutty and lovely with milk.
Not overly strong, so don’t try it in a big mug (whoops!)
but point me to where to get some more and I will be there in a heartbeat.
Fairly pleasant but not over the moon with this one.
I found its better milky with this one.
Refreshing, kinda like 7-up in my mint tea. :)
This tea was the first one I ever had at Mishka’s when I first moved away to UCD from home.
The other anna and I used to go and share a pot from time to time, and while they had so many teas to choose from I always fancied my special ginger peach. Still the best, even if I have to smuggle it back in my luggage to get my fix. But this is a lovely lovely tea.
…and if you are in the neighboorhood, have a pot of it at Mishka’s for me ;)
Very pleasant and balanced.
Imagine drinking chewing gum.
Mellow mint that makes you want to chew every sip.
Kinda surreal, perhaps one for Willy Wonka. :)
Weak but pleasant.
Creamy and sweet.
Worth a try if you’ve got milk and a small cuppa on hand
Ok, as always I find stash teas too weak.
That aside choc-mint is a good tea. Make a small cup, leave the tea bag and be a bit heavy handed on the milk = a decent chocolate mint treat. :)
Disappointed with this one.
Very weak even in a smaller teacup (admit I made the first one in a big cup —watery!!)
and with the bag left in. Got to add milk to make it anything drinkable but still a let down. Gave the rest away. :P
Sure if you need a chai and you are locked up in Morrisons with a cup and kettle, go for it. Very smooth for commercial appeal but has no passion! My fav’s (Biochai and Palquin and even CS) aren’t afraid to slap you in the face with flavor & let everyone’s nostrils know what you are drinking. But if you want mellow, nothing wrong with the twinnings.
OMG. I admit to trying every chai that isn’t nailed down, but when someone passed me
a bag of biochai….well I hadn’t known how amazing chai could be. Afterwards, I wasn’t sure how I’d ever go back to lesser chais again (tho Palquin is a good peppery alternative, so its not total doom & gloom)…but then a loose leaf version found me in one of my local haunts and happiness again reigns :) If you love chai, try this one.
How do they make a sugarcookie flavored tea (wo/ a cookie crumb in sight)?
Lovely,light tea that does well with milk. Especially nice that CS teas always can be
made in a mega mug (not like stash teas that get watery). And with milk thistle,
see ma, tea is good for me. So if you want to give your liver some love, sugar cookies are the way forward :)
This was my first tea love back in 97.
An afterdinner tea that is amazing with milk. When it disappeared I was heart broken but the door to tea magic was open. But now its back for everyone to enjoy.
Rich chocolatey flavor with sweet raspberry. Is it wrong to want to fill the pantry with boxes?