14 Tasting Notes
Smells divine, and tastes the same! I’m not usually a fan of T2 chais as I find them too spicy, but this one is milder and has a nice vanilla note. Great before bed!
Flavors: Cinnamon, Orange, Vanilla
One of the only teas I would take on its own with nothing added. I’m usually adding milk or sweetener but this one is just so delicious as is, you don’t need to add a thing. It smells like mulled wine and tastes like a beautiful dessert. Would love to try it chilled also!
Flavors: Berry, Vanilla
Smells divine, with notes of chocolate and coconut as the name suggests. Quite good without sweetener, or add a touch of syrup or honey if you have a sweet tooth. I may or may not have picked out and eaten one of the chocolate buds!
Flavors: Chocolate, Coconut, Vanilla
Twinings English Breakfast is my all-time favourite tea, but this new flavour was introduced to me by my mum and now I think it’s my new fave. I still include milk and sugar because the flavouring isn’t strong, but has delicate honey and vanilla scents. I love it!
Flavors: Honey, Vanilla
Probably nice if you like peppery spice but it’s not for me. This one has lots of bits and pieces in it to give various scents and flavours, but it’s quite weak. Not a fan.
Flavors: Anise, Pepper
As mentioned on other Cocoa Loco teas, this smells better than it tastes. It requires a lot more steeping and doubling (at least) of the amount brewed to get any real flavour from it. If you have it with milk, use hot milk rather than cold otherwise it will be too watery.
Flavors: Chocolate, Mint, Spearmint