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I brewed this too long and it came out bitter, so I added unsweetened vanilla soy milk and it is fantastic this way. If they had this in decaf, I would keep it stocked.
While the vanilla is nice, the best part of the tea is how sweet and creamy it is, while still being a very traditional tea. My grandmother would really like this, it has a strong (very strong) black base with a tendency to be bitter. I wouldn’t say it is a bad black, I think there are many who like the very strong flavours that bagged black teas give. That being said, this is not high quality by any standards (hence why it is finely ground in a paper teabag). But, it is a very old fashioned British sort of tea IMO. It reminds me a lot of Yorkshire brand black tea, but with French vanilla flavouring.
Flavors: Bitter, Cream, Tannic, Vanilla
Arby has me stocked with a variety of Disney blends. Since I am not one for jasmine teas, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect with this one however it turns out there isn’t that much jasmine here to be worried about. Mostly it’s just a vegetal green teas. To me the word “peas” comes to mind. Thank you Arby for the share but I don’t think this is for me.
Thank you Arby for the share. Your swap package is actually one of two packages I have been carrying around in my purse all day, the other being my teas from Liquid Prost. I was super excited to try everything but haven’t gotten a chance until now.
Tbh I worried that this tea would be gimmicky and thus not very good. I am happy to report that’s not the case. The base is mellow and subtle which leaves a whole lot of room for the pomegranate flavor to shine. To me, this is actually a cross between cassis and pomegranate since it’s not quite as sweet as pomegranate and has a touch of that cassis richness. It’s actually quite an enjoyable tea to sip on.
Coldbrewed 2 teabags in 500 mL water for 1 hour. I reccomend doing this hot or overnight if cold, because it doesn’t steep very fast. A bit fruity, a bit sweet. The base isn’t great but it is a good bagged tea that comes in a cute Alice in Wonderland box (which I will be refilling with future teas when I’m done this one).
Flavors: Blueberry, Fruity, Sweet, Tannic
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Flavors: Blueberry, Green, Sweet, Tannin
There is a definite blueberry flavour and it tastes quite complex to me. The black tea is a bit sweet, but also tannic (but not overly bitter!) I really love this tea, I just wish they had a decaf version haha.
Flavors: Blueberry, Fruity, Honey, Sweet, Tannic, Winter Honey
This is a green tea with peppermint. I used two teabags because the Disney teas aren’t the highest quality, but it wasn’t necessary. 25 minutes, 500 mL ice cold water. Could have resteeped two more times at least.
What I thought was going to be generic and boring tasted exactly like filling in mint oreos. Creme de menthe flavour. Cool menthol, peppermint, background tannins from the green tea. Surprisingly unique. Most mints and green/mint blends taste the same (not that that’s bad!), so it’s nice to have something else in the cupboard. Super refreshing iced, but would also be nice hot.
Flavors: Menthol, Mint, Peppermint
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Flavors: Menthol, Mint, Peppermint, Tangy
So drinking Wonderland tea has been on my bucket list for a while. Mainly because having a tea bag with a little tag on it that says “Drink Me” is the sort of meta thing that a book nerd like myself just can’t resist. I wasn’t expecting anything extraordinary from the tea itself, so I wasn’t disappointed to find that this is pretty standard fair. The pomegranate is recognizable, albeit a bit weak, the base is ok. But the tea tag is so cute! There’s even a little picture of Alice on the other side sipping tea :)
Premium Blend of Indian Black Teas, Safflower and Calendula petals, Oils of Bergamot and Orange Flavors.
I added some milk and Stevia.
No sólo es el té, es lo que lo acompaña… Viene de un alegre día en Disneylandia en compañía de mi hermana y sobrino. Comprado junto a una bella tetera de Alicia en el país de las maravillas.
Flavors: Bergamot, Orange
Sipdown! Actually, I didn’t drink much of this one. My partner had a pretty bad cold, so I made him lots of tea with honey. I did sneak a sip before handing it over, though. This tastes like a pretty standard earl grey: slightly astringent generic black tea with a tart bergamot flavor. It does work quite nicely with the unique sweetness of manuka honey.
This came in a boxed tea gift set that I picked up when I was at Disney’s Hilton Head resort two weeks back. I didn’t have high hopes for any of the tea in the collection and bought it mainly for the novelty.
Yesterday, I found myself bleary-eyed and stumbling in the morning as I tried to make myself wake up enough to drive an hour north to meet some friends, to drive a further hour north to see a field of sunflowers in Jarrettsville, MD. The gift box was sitting on the counter and I cut through the plastic tape and grabbed this one, tossed a bag into a travel mug, and turned on the kettle.
This tea also has the distinction to be the first steeped with water brewed from my brand new kettle, which arrived on Saturday. My brand new kettle, which I had not planned or wanted to buy, because I came downstairs Thursday to find the cats had knocked my old one off the counter and the glass had shattered into pieces.
Cats, man. Cats.
But back to this tea. Which is… well, it’s drinkable. But not anything to write home about. There is only the faintest taste of bergamot, and it’s quite lost if the water is too hot. So, pretty bland Earl Grey. Which honestly, is pretty much spot on with my pretty low expectations prior to drinking.