Was ok, but nothing special. The tin is nicer than the tea, in fact
“Was ok, but nothing special. The tin is nicer than the tea, in fact” Read full tasting note
“I had this on the train home from my parents'. I had a 1st class ticket which means access to free coffee and tea. I've had a sampler of Kusmi teabags before and found the brand largely overrated....” Read full tasting note
A blend of Assam and Darjeeling teas; delicious plain, sweetened, with a dash or milk or a slice of lemon, this tea is also delicious for brunch
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I had this on the train home from my parents’. I had a 1st class ticket which means access to free coffee and tea. I’ve had a sampler of Kusmi teabags before and found the brand largely overrated. I haven’t changed my mind. It’s better than your average cheap teabags, but it doesn’t really live up to what people have said of it. Even this one, that is merely a blend of Darjeeling and Assam has a synthetic sort of hint to it. Could be from being stored right next to some bags with a jasmine tea in it, but with each bag sealed in an air tight foil satchel I kind of doubt it.
I don’t know whether to give it a thumbs up or thumbs down. I don’t hate it, but I wouldn’t buy it for myself.