Wonderful sunny morning tea. Puts you right in the mood to hit the beach.
“Wonderful sunny morning tea. Puts you right in the mood to hit the beach.” Read full tasting note
“Very mango. Makes a wonderful iced tea.” Read full tasting note
“My morning tea of choice! My husband and I spent five weeks overseas, and I really missed this tea, even when I was in London.” Read full tasting note
“This is a fresh, bright black tea with a strong mango flavor. It's a nice, quality black tea that's strong without being bitter and the mango compliments it very well. It goes well with milk, but I...” Read full tasting note
A spectacle of sunshine and tropical optimism, this morning brew is a complex blend of Chinese, Sri Lankan and Indian black teas. This bright happy tea combines the flavours of Assam and Darjeeling, with a subtle and inscrutable tinge of exotic mango. That is not to say this tea should not be taken seriously – it is brisk and sophisticated and can be proudly served beside all the classics in any high tea. A versatile number, the addition of milk makes for a robust and delectable drop, or for a hot summers morning, brew up a jumbo cup of iced tea and bask in the sunshine. Brisbane breakfast – beautiful one day, perfect the next.
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Safari BreakfastAmbessa (by Harney & Sons)
English BreakfastEnglish Garden
This is a fresh, bright black tea with a strong mango flavor. It’s a nice, quality black tea that’s strong without being bitter and the mango compliments it very well. It goes well with milk, but I could also see this being an excellent iced tea. This is my introduction to T2 tea and it’s very nice. I was told (by the person who gave me the tea as a gift) that T2 is like the Teavana of Australia.
I’ve twice spliced a teaspoon of this with a teaspoon of T2 Apple Crumble today, in part because I thought they’d do well together and in part because that’s what I had with me at work…
I love how tart the Apple Crumble is. It’s not overwhelmingly sweet and I love that. A spoonful of sugar (or even a half tsp) would give this just enough sweetness for me to probably declare it right on as a tops combination, but as I was too lazy to do that, I can’t confirm yes or no.
Who knows… it’s still in my bag, I could get around to it next work day.
But I’ve got tomorrow off, so NOT THEN!