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Day 1 of my homemade advent calendar: strawberry teas
I found this tea to taste artificial, but not like chemical/undrinkable strawberry candy artificial. More like the processed strawberry flavour in strawberry flavoured jello/pastries/pie glaze. So…not really artificial but more “not fresh” I guess. The black tea only barely came though. I think my teabag was fairy old and had lost some flavour.
Flavors: Artificial, Fruity, Red Fruits, Strawberry
I drank this with a splash of vanilla soy milk. The black tea is fairly plain, a bit tannic, but the peach flavouring is decent. It is quite flavourful. I got this teabag for free from a breakfast buffet, so I’m not complaining. I knew a bagged flavoured ceylon wouldn’t be amazing. xD It makes for an interesting cup and now I can say I’ve tried it.
Flavors: Fruity, Peach, Tannic
This tea is cheap comparing to Twinnings or Ahmad Tea counterpart, it provide the distinguished flowery and fruity taste of Darjeeling Tea, but you need to avoid oversteep(personally I recommend about 30 second to 1 minutes) and dont use boiling water(I recommend 80 celsius degree). I am looking for Darjeeling second flush tea leaves now.
Flavors: Flowers, Fruity
My sister brought me this tea from one of her adventures. The flavors are really soothing and you can taste the mango flavor in every sip. Dilmah did a good job of capturing the fruity flavor of mangoes but not losing the fact that it’s tea. Perfect for after dinner or afternoon tea time.
I brought back a couple teabags of this from Sri Lanka as they were in my hotel room. (I bought lots of other types of tea too!) This is a good breakfast tea. I can’t say it’s more impressive than my usual choice for breakfast tea, but it was enjoyable and the first sip did take me back to my trip. It didn’t sustain flavor well through the second steeping, but I didn’t really expect it to either.
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Flavors: Floral, Grass, Honey, Nectar, Vegetal