drank Echinacea and Raspberry by Twinings
11 tasting notes

I used to drink this infusion a lot, but after drinking more loose leaf, this one tastes less fresh in comparison. It also tastes slightly artificial… I wonder whether the added flavourings were natural. Having said that, in order to get any flavour into a fruit tea in a tea bag variety, I guess you have to add extra flavourings. I prefer my drinks to be a bit more natural tasting, but then again I have lots of friends who don’t drink infusions that much but like this one because of the stronger taste and deep red colour. I like Twinings tea a lot, but I’ll gladly give this one to my friends.

160 °F / 71 °C 2 min, 45 sec

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Tea maniac, potty about all things to do with tea. An adventurous type, I’m known to like a little experimentation when it comes to my leaves. I’m also a keen traveler and really enjoyed zouhourat in Syria, ginger chai in India and honeybush in South Africa. Then again, I never say no to a mug of British builders brew!


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