Truly gorgeous. Fine enough to distinguish itself from a garden-variety bagged or basic loose Assam, yet not so expensive that I can’t keep it on hand for making chai and such.
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A solid, standard Assam. Nice with milk and sugar.
This was the first black tea with rose that I ever tried. It’s a glorious, cozy tea for winter afternoons. Sweetens nicely.
Ooh. I live near a Tealuxe location and just ran out of rose tea. I may have to go see if I like this one.
Tell me what you think once you’ve tried it :)
If you want a bit more of a kick than Copley Square Vanilla has to offer, try this one. An excellent morning/early afternoon tea.
Possibly my favorite from Tealuxe. Ceylon and vanilla pair well!
A delicate, smooth, refreshingly elegant take on an old classic. Expect nothing less from this Harvard Square institution!
This has none of the clarity or subtlety of taste that you’d expect from even a decent green tea. Dreadful.
Simply exquisite. You won’t believe there isn’t any actual peach in this! It’s all accomplished by flowers.
Quite lovely. China black tea + rose = perfection.
I like this one nearly as well as Kenilworth!
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