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I love kaya (coconut jam) on toast and really wanted to like this tea. In fact, I am sipping on a sample of T2 Singapore Breakfast (with milk added) while I write this review. But it is just … meh. I can detect coconut and pandan, but the pandan is muddy and not the fresh leafy green fragrance I am used to in most pandan-flavoured foods (pandan cake, pandan jelly etc.) I’m also not a fan of the blended black/pu er and green tea/genmaicha combination, as it results in a rather muddled flavour. Black tea or green tea with pandan flavouring may be a better combination. Stick to regular tea and kaya toast for the authentic Singapore experience.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 250 ML

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A tea heathen currently working through the T2 range and any other teas unfortunate enough to land in my path.

Fond of:
- black teas
- rooibos with milk (but not straight)
- teas with dessert names and connotations
- green teas, especially with popped rice
- white teas
- pu er teas from third steeping onwards

On the fence about:
- herbal teas
- chai ( I want to like these but find the cardamom overpowering)
- oolong teas

Not convinced about:
- fruit teas
- teas with coconut flavouring

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Australia

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