drank Eggnogg'n Tea by Bigelow
1096 tasting notes

I went dress shopping with my daughter tonight. After much looking and trying on of all the dresses she bought her first little black dress to wear to a recognition ceremony. We had a great time looking and shopping, but I was in need of tea by the time we got home. I decided to use a tea bag, and this is the first one I grabbed out of my tin. I almost put it back, but then I thought this sounded good. Why not have eggnog tea in June?

With milk and sugar this tea does taste like eggnog. There is a nice pinch of cinnamon that’s pretty tasty. The tea is also very creamy which is nice. I thought the black/green blend would be odd, but it works and carries the eggnog flavors well.

This isn’t something I’ll want a ton of during the summer, but come winter I can see myself drinking many a mug of this one.

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