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64
drank Royal Mint by Ace Tea
151 tasting notes

Cooling mint provides a refreshing aspect to this blend, leaving a slight tingle on the tongue. It’s strong but overpowering in the way some mint teas are. The green tea hold a spot of rejuvenation, providing a caffeine boost. It’s nice, subtle and relaxing.

For more on tea: www.TastetheTea.co.uk

Flavors: Mint

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An everyday black tea that is both robust and rich. Taken black there is a natural peppered flavour, but with milk it becomes the classic English start to the day.

Flavors: Malt, Pepper

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Summer Festival Fruity Green
A mix of green tea, strawberry pieces, petals and flavouring creates an incredibly fruity aroma, earning its name. However, the flavour is much subtler, with a berry back drop that is reminiscent of Autumn black forest fruits, rather than summer. The tea is also seemed to come out bitter, not matter little I steeped it. Not a good one for me.

For more on tea; www.TastetheTea.co.uk

Flavors: Berry, Bitter, Blackberry

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62
drank Lady Rose by Ace Tea
151 tasting notes

Containing a ton of rose, both petals and oil, Lady Rose has a soft Turkish delight taste. The tea itself is smooth, combining effortlessly with the fragrant florals, that are strong, yet somehow gentle. Each sip encapsulates the floral hints in a late spring breeze.

For more on tea: www.TastetheTea.co.uk

Flavors: Floral, Rose

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76
drank The Earl Grey by Ace Tea
151 tasting notes

Describing this as a citrus bouquet seems more than adequate. The aroma is defiant, releasing a stronger than norm characteristic fragrance of bergamot. The flavour is also a little stronger than average blends and big brand counterparts. Certainly one for EG lovers to check out.

For more on tea: www.TastetheTea.co.uk

Flavors: Bergamot, Citrus

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71
drank Hot Ginger by Ace Tea
151 tasting notes

An “antioxidant euphoria” that packs a punch with its strong ginger flavours that cut through the green tea to create a peppery note, lasting long into the finish. Throughout the flavour are also hints of lemon, creating a wellness feel about the blend, making it seem perfect for winter.

For more on tea: www.TastetheTea.co.uk

Flavors: Ginger, Pepper, Spicy

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100
drank Lady Rose by Ace Tea
1355 tasting notes

Ingredients: Black tea, Rose Petals and Rose Essence.

Another strong scent is unleashed as I open the packet. Pure rose, sweet and very perfumed fills my nostrils. It smells rose enough to be a natural perfume, or essential oil. It’s beautiful!

Steeping time of 3 minutes in boiling water with a splash of soy milk added.

Once steeped the tea contains the same strong rose scent as it’s raw form.

The first few sips reveal a sweet, creamy rose flavour that resembles Turkish Delight. It’s super sweet, super strong and super natural rose. Unbelievable! Each sip carries a burst of flavour and is as delicious as the first sip. The base is lightly malty but is behind the beautiful rose flavours.

As it cools it reminds me of Rose Syrup, a thick cordial drink I get from an Asian supermarket nearby. It’s nothing but rose and sugar, again fitting with the Turkish Delight vibe.

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88
drank The Earl Grey by Ace Tea
1355 tasting notes

The bags are pyramid shape and see through organza.

Ingredients: Black tea, Orange & Lemon Peel, Cornflowers, Oil of Bergamot & Lemon Essence.

Opening the packet gave a punch of scent, this is one of the strongest Earl Greys I have sniffed. It’s thick, sweet and perfumed though natural smelling. Perhaps slightly soapy because it’s so strong but in a nice way.

Steeping for 3 minutes in boiling water with a splash of soy milk.

It smells as strong and perfumed as it’s raw scent.

Flavour also packs a punch in the first few sips. The black tea is malty and rich before a thick and perfumed meld of bergamot and orange explodes on the tongue with some sweetness and dryness.

As it cools the perfume quality lessons but it’s still big on flavour.

It has to be one of the strongest Earl Greys I’ve experienced, period. Especially considering it’s pre-bagged. Despite being in a bag this tea did not disappoint. I love strong tea and this fit the bill. It had strength, character, charm and easy drinkability. Frankly everything I look for in an Earl Grey. It’s strength makes it perfect for a builders brew.

If you love strong Earl Grey then this is definitely worth a try.

https://kittylovestea.com/2017/01/27/an-ace-tea-review/

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