My second go at this tea – though this time with some skim milk. The creaminess of the milk brought out the flavour and the sweetness of the white chocolate a little bit, but it’s still not something that hits me as being instantly recognizable – though that might just be due to the nature of white chocolate being less intense and distinctive than dark/milk chocolate.

I can still taste the cashews very well – kudos to Frank, by the way, for trying something unusual. I think this is the first tea I’ve come across that has cashew nuts blended into it; usually tea companies use almonds or hazelnuts. But cashews are my favorite type of nut so this tea makes me a happy girl. :D

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I’ve been drinking tea since I was young but it’s only in the past couple years that I’ve become interested in the good-quality stuff.


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