2 Tasting Notes


My very first TWG began with this. The aroma from the shops’s dry sample translated exactly into the taste after i bought it and brewed it eagerly at home – pleasantly sweet golden liquor with floral notes.

There are visible whole camomiles and petals of other unlisted flowers alongside with whole greens (without any bitterness or vegetal taste). It has no trouble with over-steeping. Easily one of my all-time favorites. Leaves a sweet yet fresh aftertaste which makes your day.

Flavors: Floral, Sweet, Warm Grass

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This is kinda unexpectedly good for the price (comes in a box containing 50 bags).
Fills the whole room with its cheery citrus-y smell. Supposedly an Earl Grey lite, I found it to be rather interesting. It’s sort of different from the Lady Grey. Lighter on the tea, but stronger on the bergamot+citrus flavours. Brews into amber liquor. Really fragrant for an afternoon’s break.

Flavors: Citrus Zest, Tangy

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My tummy doesn’t react well to coffees (although they smell really great), so I’ve gradually taken a liking to teas these years.

An impulsive buyer: I buy more tins/boxes than I can actually finish drinking them (often due to curiosity thanks to the intriguing descriptions on the packagings).

Leaning towards the lighter genre: I really have a soft spot for tisanes and flavoured greens, but I do appreciate stronger brews occasionally.

Awaiting for that day to arrive whereby the popularity of tea exceeds coffee in my region (in hope that more brands could be purchased in shops, with affordable prices).



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