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Actually had this one for breakfast today so left the sugar out, while still adding a delicious dollop of full cream milk (I’m not usually crazy for milk in general but my friends bought a 2L bottle of Hobart Milk Factory and oh my GOSH it is JUST SO GOOD).
There’s snow on the mountain today so it’s cold and drizzly! Soup’s on the stove and my lower back is a mess. Sigh.
I had expected this to be a strong black breakfast tea. However is more like an early grey. Someone else described this as a weak early grey and thats what it is. Very pleasant, tastes fresh and great for a morning tea, to gulp down. Just not what I was expecting.
I really like this tea, but it’s nothing like the sample I tried in the store. My cup was much tarter than the sampler they had out, and only when I got home did I realise how much sugar they must’ve added to that. Having said that, with a generous teaspoon of sugar, this tea is delicious in the evenings or late afternoons, when you really want to relax, and really don’t want that punch of caffeine.
As other members have said, this tea smells BEAUTIFUL, but it doesn’t taste as creamy as you’d expect. I’ve gone through almost half of my 100g box in just a couple weeks, and I’ll be rebuying it as soon as I run out!
Flavors: Berry, Creamy, Fruity
Delicious. This was a change from my usual T2 Melbourne Breakfast, but the concept of vanilla & cinnamon intrigued me. And it was a good choice! The pancakes impression is seriously strong. If I didn’t know that I was supposed to be tasting cinnamon, I’m not sure I’d identify it as such, so if you’re not a fan of that flavour in your tea, I wouldn’t worry. I’m not sure this will make it onto my “must always have available” shortlist, but I’m definitely going to enjoy it while I have it. Buttery, maple, and cosy.
Flavors: Brown Toast, Butter, Cinnamon, Maple Syrup, Vanilla
Best tea. Although it is a green tea I would recommend heating 500mls of milk up to 80 degrees in a saucepan then putting 2 scoops of it into something like the T2 Teamaker with the leaves. It’s much better and it makes it so creamy. Then sprinkle a tiny bit of cocoa powder on the top to make it a latte.
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.