Strawberries & Cream

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  • “I was dubious at first because when I smelt the dry mix there was a strong smell of off milk laid over the fruity scent, but that vanishes completely when steeped. This is *nice*. Extremely...” Read full tasting note
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Anyone for tennis? Classic British summer flavours.

Product Description

A unique house fruit infusion that is a twist on that British summer classic. Ideal for serving hot or prepared over ice.

Dried strawberries with hibiscus, rosehip, dried yoghurt pieces and natural strawberry & vanilla flavouring.

Naturally sweet, fruity and tangy. Add sugar to taste (some would say making it even better!)

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I was dubious at first because when I smelt the dry mix there was a strong smell of off milk laid over the fruity scent, but that vanishes completely when steeped.

This is nice. Extremely fruity and quite tart, but there’s a vanillary taste that stops the tart from becoming sour. Very drinkable. I haven’t tried sugar in it yet, I’ll try that next, and I think this will taste really good iced (I’ll update when I try that.)

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SoccerMom

“Vanillary”? :)

SoccerMom

When you actually say vanillary out loud is sounds like a cross between Vanilla and Celery.

Mac

::must not dip celery in vanilla extract to see what it’s like, must not dip celery in vanilla extract to see what it’s like::

SoccerMom

Don’t worry I wasn’t going to try celery and vanilla. I am sure vanillary sounds better with a heavy English accent but doesn’t sound so dignigified with my little southern (Texas) drawl. :P

Mac

::giggles:: Well my English accent is North York Moors, so it’s kinda slow and a little undignified.

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