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Fantastic black tea with a soft yet noticable vanilla scent and taste to it. Tried it with a splash of milk and now looking to buy some more. Highly recommend for any black tea drinkers, who don’t want to stray too far away from what they’re used to.
Never really been into green tea before but this tea changed my perception. While not the strongest green tea by any means it has opened my mind to trying more, especially given the health benefits! This tea has excellent hints of praline and hazelnut and, just like the man in the shop told me it would, has a strong resemblance in taste to Ferrero Roche chocolates.
Not normally a fan of fruit teas but this one was very fulfilling and was reminicent of the strawberries and cream hard candies you used to be able to get. Maybe not for everyone but I’ll definitely be looking to buy this again!
Flavors: Creamy, Fruity, Strawberry
Delicious black tea that’s slightly on the sweet side but with all the flavourings you’d expect, perfect to see you through the afternoon work or revision session and my current go to drink in my cupboard.
Flavors: Caramel, Dark Chocolate
This is my all time favourite tea from T2!! I cannot stop drinking and buying this brew. Although the brewing guide on the box tells you to brew it for longer than needed, if done right it is absolutely stunning. The warm notes of vanilla make for a amazing hot or cold tea. I brew mine with half a teaspoon of honey for about 30-40 seconds. I recommend this tea to everyone and love it so much!
Flavors: Caramel, Nutty, Vanilla
Love this tea. Not just for winter, this tea is good all year around. It’s like all the bite-y flavours from chai without the aromatics, and for me, without feeling the need to add honey. Pepper and cinnamon, with just the right ginger kick kick.
Flavors: Cinnamon, Ginger, Pepper
A bit hit-and-miss, this tea is either amazing or meh. I think the more recent batches have been heavier on the sweet aspect, without toning up the associated flavours, which possibly went a bit too far. Used to be my favourite T2 dessert tea, but the Caramel Brownie is a much more interesting & reliable option. This one needs to be brewed quite strong.
Flavors: Brown Sugar, Burnt Sugar, Vanilla