drank Christmas Tea by The Tea Centre
72 tasting notes

This tea is lovely, toasty and evokes images and scents of a more ‘classic’ Christmas. The cloves and almonds definitely give it body. It has distinct fruity notes with the orange and apple pieces but because it’s quite strong you really don’t need to brew it for more than three minutes.

It’s quite spicy and has a hint of marzipan, making it a wonderful wintery blend.

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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