Mount Wellington

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Vanilla
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Edit tea info Last updated by Memily
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Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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  • “Went on a hike today with the boy. He's wilderness training me, today we did The Needles in southwest national park. Straight up, about 400m, wind blowing in sideways with a good dose of rain....” Read full tasting note
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    jennanlovell 223 tasting notes
  • “another from *VariaTEA* who picked this up from Memily. I have to say...this one is strange. It's vanilla like but it's also very much NOT vanilla like as well. Not sure how to wrap my brain...” Read full tasting note
    Silaena 5592 tasting notes
  • “My first few sips of this was all creamy vanilla but that subsided quickly leaving behind a heavily floral/semi-drying blerg taste. Sorry *Memily* but this isn't for me. Still I am grateful for the...” Read full tasting note
    rachel12610 2155 tasting notes
  • “My favourite way to see out a tea from the cupboard is with a big ol' damn pot of it. Good job. Adding this to the wish list to remind me to restock it one day! Yes, I enjoyed it that much—and...” Read full tasting note
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    memily 775 tasting notes

From The Art of Tea

Mount Wellington tea is a delightful blend of fruit and vanilla flavoured black teas with pretty blue cornflowers.

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9 Tasting Notes

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223 tasting notes

Went on a hike today with the boy. He’s wilderness training me, today we did The Needles in southwest national park. Straight up, about 400m, wind blowing in sideways with a good dose of rain. Typical Tasmanian weather, and it was a bit awesome really! I did it all, and made good time and it made both of us quite happy! My body wasn’t able to cope with these things until recently, but I can now power up the hills and enjoy the weather and came back down nicely with no soreness or joint issues and it was awesome!

But with sideways rain comes a touch of coldness, so when we got home I made a pot of Mount Wellington tea and we warmed up on our insides. Comfort tea. Hmmmm……..

TheTeaFairy

My goodness, reading about your escapade makes me want to reach for a blanket and a huge teapot!

TassieTeaGirl

Yep! It was needed! Was such a good feeling having the warm goodness slide down my throat.

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5592 tasting notes

another from VariaTEA who picked this up from Memily. I have to say…this one is strange. It’s vanilla like but it’s also very much NOT vanilla like as well. Not sure how to wrap my brain around this one. It’s like a floral, fruity, creamy sort of weird thing. lol not my favourite, but i didn’t hate it haha thanks ladies!

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2155 tasting notes

My first few sips of this was all creamy vanilla but that subsided quickly leaving behind a heavily floral/semi-drying blerg taste. Sorry Memily but this isn’t for me. Still I am grateful for the chance to try it so thank you for the share :)

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My favourite way to see out a tea from the cupboard is with a big ol’ damn pot of it.

Good job.

Adding this to the wish list to remind me to restock it one day! Yes, I enjoyed it that much—and it’s a locally blended one, so extra good as far as I’m concerned.

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