Toasty Warm

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Oolong Tea
Flavor, Nougat, Oolong Tea
Caramel, Honey, Nuts
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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 45 sec 9 oz / 277 ml

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For when snow is falling, the rain pelting and fire roaring. Cuddle up indoors with this toasty tea treat. A green oolong base is swathed in sublime notes of caramelly nougat and golden almonds to warm the coldest of nights.

1 teaspoon per 200mls, brew 3-6 minutes in water at 80 degrees Celsius.

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958 tasting notes

Nom nom nom nom nom. I accept you into my wintry heart, Toasty Warm. I enjoy this on both first and second steeps, and I’m pretty glad about discovering it during my coldest week in Hobart thus far!

180 °F / 82 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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58 tasting notes

The sun is behind cloud and I’m snugged under a blanket sipping away at this tea and sunday afternoon is perfect. This certainly isn’t a sophisticated oolong but it is very comforting.

Flavors: Caramel, Honey, Nuts

185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 7 OZ / 200 ML

Hey stranger! Yeah this would have been perfect today. I think the whole country was a bit chilly!

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313 tasting notes

Oh, hello toasty. I tried this as a sample (and might have gone back for, like, thirds) at the T2 shop in Shoreditch last time I was in the neighbourhood, and it really is cozy. It’s a simply-flavoured simple oolong that hits the spot really well when you want something a that’s warm and sweet and kind of like a soft cotton throw blanket. It’s got soft notes of toasty almonds and honey, and while I wish I was getting more flavour out of the oolong base, I wonder if that might be because this is one that needs a longer steep than I gave it. I’m definitely happy to keep investigating it!


Sounds quite tasty.

Sami Kelsh

‘Tis! It’s not the most complicated of teas, but it lives up to the name.

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75 tasting notes

This is very tasty. My second unusual T2 tea – my first was White White Cocoa, which is a white tea with chocolate, whereas this is an oolong with nougat. I would associate both of those things with black tea, and probably drink them with sugar and probably a bit of milk. I never add either to whites or oolongs, so it makes for a much more gently sweet flavour, with no fear of bitterness. This one is very very tasty. Like White White Cocoa, it’s desserty but in a more subtle, softer way. I thoroughly approve.

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2188 tasting notes

Mmm, another tasty tea from MissB! Thanks! I am really loving nougat-based teas lately… where have they been all my life? Oh right, Canada, apparently. This is an oolong + nougat so I am definitely interested.

I am basically comparing this to Divine Temptation from Bayswater Tea Co., which OMGsrsly sent to me once, and which has a black base. This is quite tasty, with a good amount of nougat flavor. My one wish for this one is that for more oolong! This seems like the base is probably a traditional tieguanyin, but it’s a little lackluster. I want more roastiness and breadiness. A higher quality oolong base would send this one over the edge. Maybe I should try it steeping at boiling, which has become my default temp for most oolongs; the steeping instructions called for 80°C (~175°F), but I wouldn’t dream of steeping an oolong that cool! They are more robust than people think.

So this is a very tasty tea, but I do prefer the black base of Divine Temptation because I think it’s a bit more interesting. Will play with my steeping parameters a bit and see how things change! Thanks MissB!

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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8269 tasting notes

thank you missB! this is another delight that was sent my way. This is a tasty sugar, nougatty tea. I think i’d prefer this as a black base tea but on the whole it’s a delicious tasting tea that was really nice with dinner + fringe.

Oh man..also…i had the best lemon bluberry cake today with our lunch out…i’m still dreaming about it..lemon custard thingy on top…blueberry layers…fluffy white cake..meringue on the top sorta…soooooo good.

Final Count: 156 (at least 6 teas in tomorrow’s sipdown!)

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