Singapore Breakfast

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Black Green Pu-erh Blend
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Coconut, Popcorn, Butter, Toast
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200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 45 sec 129 oz / 3822 ml

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“Reminiscent of kaya toast, this mix of puerh, GMC, coconut and pandan sings with richly sweet, toasty and coconutty flavours. Heavenly when served alongside the real deal, this brew is the ultimate ode to Singapore’s beloved national breakfast.”

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Adventaggedon Day 2: Tea 5/7

Yesterday’s T2 Blend was probably my least favourite of the assortment but they more then made up for that today because this one was, hands down, my favourite out of all seven teas. Like, the pandan flavour fucking slaps.

It’s a weird mix of tea bases so I was skeptical right up until the point of smelling the dry leaf and then I knew instantly everything was going to be okay. It had that distinct creamy and sort of coconut/sticky rice and buttery pandan leaf aroma with a gentle toastiness to it. Steeped you get the toasted rice note first and a little bit of coconut but then the pandan comes in hard and clear. It’s rich and creamy and buttery and very distinctly pandan.

I love pandan teas so much and I don’t think enough of them exist. This is an excellent and simple execution of that flavour that stats true to it while not sacrificing the body and richness of a “breakfast blend”. T2 has a lot of breakfast tea variants but I think this is the best I’ve ever had. Maybe the best tea I’ve ever had from T2 just in general.

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1546 tasting notes

Advent Day 14

What is this?! Little genmaicha popcorn puffs? It smells of creamy coconut and pandan. Smells the same once steeped. I just finished eating a waffle with peanut butter, so my taste buds are a little overwhelmed. I get the roasty light gen flavors and the coconut. The pandan presents as a creaminess too. It’s another very Indonesian flavor combo. I’m liking this, but it’s missing something that elevates it to amazing.

190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec

I had to ask Alexa what pandan was. Ha ha!

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Such a disappointment!
Firs of all – there is a mistake in the description. They’ve called it ‘Black & green tea mix’ – well, my darlings at T2: please note that puerh is not black tea, it’s red. You can definitely smell and taste the puerh, which is not a bad thing for me (I’m a big fan). It is earthy, dark and a bit ‘muddy’. However what I don’t like is the artificial coconut flavour (awful, made me feel sick) and the distinctive oiliness that it leaves in your mouth.
Moreover the second brew was very weak and even more disappointing. Such a shame, I saw potential in it, but it left me very underwhelmed.

Flavors: Coconut

195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 30 sec 5 tsp 250 OZ / 7393 ML

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27 tasting notes

This is a mega-popcorny genmaicha with coconut notes, and one of the few green teas I can drink without milk and unsweetened. I particularly enjoy this when fasting.

Flavors: Coconut, Popcorn

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1524 tasting notes

This was included in T2’s breakfast set that I purchased as part of their Boxing Day sale. It really tastes like kaya toast. It’s rich, buttery, and coconutty. I had it at work, so I didn’t have any milk to add to it, but it seems that would have elevated it. There is a bit of an oily mouthfeel that I didn’t care for, but overall it was a pleasant cup.

Flavors: Butter, Coconut, Toast

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2 tasting notes

One of my favourite teas from T2! I am a huge fan of coconut and this tea has just the right blend of coconut, pandan and genmaicha. It tastes like yummy roasted kaya but without the sweetness. I much prefer this to Ette tea’s pandan chiffon cake. I brew a cuppa every morning for a guilt-free kaya indulgence. Highly recommend for an authentic Singaporean taste!

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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.

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

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