This was a great tea for my morning statistics class. Looking at the ingredients list I can see why – three of my favorite tea flavors/flavorings in one delicious blend.
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Delicious at room temp.
It seemed better this time around. Really easy to over-steep it, so perhaps less steeping was the key.
I love this chai. I love chais in general, but this one really hits the spot. The green and the cloves together are a perfect blend. Soymilk, as always, makes it a little thicker and delicious-er.
I cannot recommend this tea highly enough! With just a taste of soy milk, it is a delicious and delightful start to my morning. Irish Breakfast was what initially hooked me on tea, so it is perfect in so many ways.
This is a delightfully flavored black tea. Adagio says it is a good afternoon tea, which is likely true. I must add that is it is delightful after being soaked by a torrential downpour.
I’m not quite sure how I feel about Yunnan Jig. It’s a decent black tea, but I’d say it has a bit of cigarette to the flavor. It grew on me as I drank it, so I’m a bit back and forth.
This is my first cup of loose tea. The smell is very nice, and the flavor mostly lives up to it. All in all a good tea, though soy milk is a plus.
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Drinking now with soy milk and honey. Great morning tea.
Delicious with soy milk and honey.
Tetley British Blend is a great basic tea. If I just want a black tea to drink, this is where I go. Delicious and relaxing.
Not a bad tea, but I don’t love green teas so it’s not on my favorite list.
This is nice and sweet enough by itself to be drunk straight up. Needs to steep a while to get a full flavor.
Delicious and very raspberry-y. Just a hint of chocolate. Soy milk is a definite plus.
I love this tea. It is one of the tastiest teas I have yet to taste. I love the slight hint of vanilla, but it doesn’t dominate the flavor. Soy milk and honey make it perfect.