27 Tasting Notes
With the high fruit content, it needs a bit more tea than you’d expect and a longer steep. The flavour is rich and smooth and spicy and honestly the best tea I’ve ever tasted. I only picked up 100g because neither aniseed or rose are usually my thing, but the flavours blend so well. Definitely going onto the permanent rotation.
Flavors: Apple, Cinnamon, Spices, Sweet, Toasty, Toffee
The dry leaf is earthy with malty overtones in aroma, and remarkably unbroken. Steeped for 4 minutes wasn’t quite enough, and I’ll probably increase the tea quantity from 1.5 to 2tsps for a cup of this size, but the flavours are everything you want in a breakfast tea – bold and well rounded, not at all floral, and that perfect sweet comfort spot between a kick and a hug that warms you all the way down, making you sigh involuntarily from relief – or is that just me??
Flavors: Dirt, Malt, Peat, Smooth, Toast
Delicious. This was a change from my usual T2 Melbourne Breakfast, but the concept of vanilla & cinnamon intrigued me. And it was a good choice! The pancakes impression is seriously strong. If I didn’t know that I was supposed to be tasting cinnamon, I’m not sure I’d identify it as such, so if you’re not a fan of that flavour in your tea, I wouldn’t worry. I’m not sure this will make it onto my “must always have available” shortlist, but I’m definitely going to enjoy it while I have it. Buttery, maple, and cosy.
Flavors: Brown Toast, Butter, Cinnamon, Maple Syrup, Vanilla
Love this tea. Not just for winter, this tea is good all year around. It’s like all the bite-y flavours from chai without the aromatics, and for me, without feeling the need to add honey. Pepper and cinnamon, with just the right ginger kick kick.
Flavors: Cinnamon, Ginger, Pepper