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I have a soft spot for this tea. My Grandmother used to take me to Tim Horton’s and always asked me if I wanted a Honey Lemon Tea or a French Vanilla Cappuccino and a doughnut. So every time I drink this tea, I think about her and our trips to Tim Horton’s. Just for that reason alone, this tea is comforting for me. Even just the thought of it is comforting. It’s all about the memories but I do genuinely like this tea, even if there were no other attachments to it. Lemony, sweet and soothing. A nice herbal option for the evenings when I don’t want to overload on caffeine. My Grandmother passed away in 2011 but I still can’t drink this tea without thinking of her and the times we spent at Tim Horton’s together. I wouldn’t trade those memories for anything.
Flavors: Lemon, Sweet
I’ve never really been a fan of Tim Hortons’ teas or Earl Greys so my hopes weren’t high for this one. Overall though this is one of the best teas I’ve had from Timmies (which isn’t saying much), probably because it tastes nothing like Earl Grey. Actually the only really distinct note I got was a hint of anise, which was rather unexpected. However, since the all around flavour was pretty mild this wasn’t so bad. If I had to get something at Tim’s this is a pretty safe bet.
My absolute first choice tea when I get sick. It’s sweet and soothing, and it doesn’t matter how long you leave that bag in for, it’s good. Trust me, your throat will thank-you for it. Also you can buy a box for about 4 bucks if you don’t want to keep running out to get it.
This is my favourite ‘fast food’ tea. It doesn’t contain any caffeine as it is a herbal tea but somehow this tea is always the best pick-me-up (I don’t drink coffee, so this is always what I get at work when I’m feeling that mid-day slump).
The peppermint flavor is sweet tasting, with a slight hint of creamy vanilla. It is very refreshing and surprisingly delicious for a take-out tea. I personally like to order it with 1 milk and 1 sugar, but it’s perfectly fine by itself as well.
Flavors: Cream, Mint, Peppermint, Vanilla
I went to the drive thru. I asked for plain hot tea. I received Chai. Within a half hour, I wretched in the toilet to the point where I almost blacked out. I decided to rest. Five minutes later, the palms of my hands were on fire. I had itching on my scalp and back of neck. Then it moved to my inner ear. Lastly, my tongue bloated and hit the roof of my mouth. I could not talk. I went to the ER, and they deducted that I am allergic to chai. All of the symptoms followed a reaction that elevated the histamine into hyperdrive. I did not ask for a Chai tea. I just wanted something simple to warm my stomach. If I didn’t react quickly like I did, it was going to affect my breathing. Please watch what the cashier puts in your hands. I still cannot believe that this happened. I am 44 and never have been allergic to anything.
Had to mark a bunch of exams today so the prof. bought tea to help the marking along. Can’t complain, cause I really needed the caffeine. This was better than last time (i.e. I drank it). Still ending up dumping the dregs cause it just wasn’t worth it at a certain point (especially as I was full from all the pizza, etc. we had to eat). Boosting the rating…slightly.