Black Rose

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Black Fruit Blend
Black Tea, Blue Cornflowers, Currants, Flavor, Mango, Papaya, Rose Petals
Fruity, Mango, Rose, Black Currant, Tropical
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 15 sec 9 oz / 280 ml

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Rose, currants, and papaya combind to produce a bold, fruity tea with a strong rose aroma. Enjoy as an afternoon tea or a dessert accompaniment.

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My first glass, and the first tea of my birthday! I got this yesterday with a birthday voucher (along with chocolate chai oolong and a sunny t glass. It smelled amazing dry in store, and this morning it smells amazing while brewing.

Oh, and it tastes really nice! The rose is sweet, without being overly flowery, and the black is a great base and isn’t bitter at all.ooh, this is actually really tasty! I really like it. Good birthday pick by me!


Happy birthday! Hope there are many more good tea picks for it :D

Yogini Undefined

Happy Birthday! May tea (and happiness) always overflow your cup! :)


Happy birthday TTG!

Daisy Chubb

Happy happy bday!


Happy Birthday! ^^


Thanks guys! I’m feeling like ere might be some oolong in my future today, but not su if I’ll go with DT’s milk oolong, prairie berry, or the new one I picked up from T2 yesterday, oolong chocolate chai. Suggestions?


Oh dear, clearly the iPad keyboard can’t keep up with my fingers…


And this is my new tea glass A bit like the Perfect Mug from DavidsTea.


Happy birthday

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3 tasting notes

Favourite tea from T2

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4 tasting notes

I would recommend this tea to those that enjoy T2’s French earl grey. It is moreso on the fruity side but really shocks guests with its fun flavours

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7 tasting notes

tasty, fragrant, nice for the afternoon – or the stroke of midday!

180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 15 sec

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This was the first tea I tried of the T2 flavoured black “selfies”/their version of a sampler set I suppose. I made the bold choice of starting with this tea, first.

I spent much time inspecting and sniffing all the teas they had on display and Black Rose was 1 of perhaps 2-3 that piqued my interest.

It was much as I expected – it had all the expected flavors – currants, rose, tropical fruit (in this case, my favorite, mango) with the cornflower blossoms to give it that pretty appearance.

Quite enjoyable.

Tomorrow I move onto the next in the box: Blue Mountains, which shares the cornflower blossoms, and swaps the rest of the ingredients with the specific “natural and artificial flavor”. We’ll see if I should’ve stuck to my original plan of just buying a larger quantity of Black Rose!

Flavors: Black Currant, Tropical

195 °F / 90 °C 8 min or more 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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67 tasting notes

Supposedly this is an afternoon or dessert tea, certainly robust but I tasted this tea for the first time in the middle of the day. (I’m a tea rebel without a cause.) It was lovely, very flavourful, very sweet, a relative aroma of mango and it shouldn’t be brewed for any longer than 3 minutes.

The only criticism I can add is that there seemed to be many cast-off tiny tea leaves in the bottom of my tea. I only sipped it with a smattering of honey – it would be best not to add lashings of milk to this tea.

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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