3 Tasting Notes


My mother used to give this to me all throughout my early childhood, so I am biased in writing this, but I find no fault in flavour. It’s sweet, honeyed and comforting and puts me right to sleep. As with all instant teas, the texture on my tongue is slightly cloying. This really doesn’t factor for me.

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drank Creme Brulee by T2
3 tasting notes

A sweet, smooth, classy tea that tastes like what it boasts and benefits well from a shot of creme brulee liquor. Dessert in a cup. It’s not particularly standout for me, but I would keep coming back to it simply because it’s a ‘reliable’ blend.

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Let me start off by saying that Earl Grey is my favourite tea, hands down. I don’t think it should be interfered with. The delicate, floral bergamot oil paired with heady black tea makes for a blend that’s just right and makes an excellent base for London Fog, Earl Grey hot chocolates or just a plain (but sublime) cuppa. Twinings’ attempt at combining other florals with it, such as rose and lavender, turned what could have been a well balanced blend into an over perfumed mess, rather akin to the bedroom of a fussy old lady. Lady Grey is an abomination. Bergamot was never meant to be paired with overwhelming amounts of citrus. The fragrant nature of it becomes lost.

I digress. Until I’d tasted this blend, I really thought Earl Grey was best left alone. T2 have somehow found the perfect combination of fruits and florals to enhance the elegant, aromatic nature of the bergamot whilst still letting the flavour profile of their base black show through to create a tea that is seductive, complex and still somehow fresh, without the slight bitterness that Earl Grey usually comes with. Fantastic blend.

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Chai hater, black tea lover. Go figure that one out.



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