Madagascan Vanilla

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  • “Another from my recent TP order. I expect if I told you that I had made an order and NOT bought any of this, half of you would probably have been ready to call an ambulance for me or something. And...” Read full tasting note
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Madagascan Vanilla is a blend of Ceylon and China black teas enriched with real pieces of Bourbon Vanilla from Madagascar. It has a delicious natural sweetness and a great vanilla taste.

Our Flavoured Black teas are made using only the finest leaves expertly blended with real fruit pieces, nuts, herbs and natural flavourings.

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Another from my recent TP order.

I expect if I told you that I had made an order and NOT bought any of this, half of you would probably have been ready to call an ambulance for me or something.

And I must say, it smells heavenly! All sweet and vanilla-y and awesome. It doesn’t have the punch and strong caramel-y notes that my favourite from Fru P does, but it’s still pretty good. Mind you, I think the Fru P blend is a wee bit on the pungent side aroma-wise, so if I end up having a cup that tastes like Fru P’s and smells like this one does, then there it is. The Perfect Vanilla Black.

Hm. It’s quite a harsh flavour just at first. I’m not certain exactly how vanilla can be harsh at all, but that was my immediate thought when I tried to think of a word to describe it. Then after that very initial harshness it blooms into full on vanilla. Again it’s not as strongly flavoured as Fru P, though, so I’m afraid it’s not really coming up to Perfect standard.

Still quite good though, and it gets more vanilla-y when slurped and when it cools a bit. It has quite a caramel-y aftertaste to it as well.

It’s lovely, this, absolutely lovely, but I still prefer Fru P, which is probably best as I can get that in town.

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