30 Tasting Notes
Of all the French Earl Greys I’ve ever had, this one is my pick. Authentically fruity and not too sickly, just the right amount of bergamot. Floral finish and a lovely medium strength. It’s the best.
I have loved this tea for over ten years. It’s so rare to find a flavoured green rooibos and this one is sweet and delicious. Perfect iced, and beautiful warm. I hope it’s around for many decades to come.
Flavors: Mango, Melon, Sweet
It’s not going to punch you in the face with flavours but that’s what you get when a tea has natural flavouring instead of a T2 esqsue cherrychocacrazybomb type tea. Not a tonne of Cherry notes, very soft chocolate notes, and no visisble coconut, but it was a nice tea anyway.
Powdered Sugar… and some artificial flavour. That’s it. That’s the tea. I worked at T2 for 5 years and it was recommended we never openly explained to customers what this was. It was also a coincidence that so many of the iced tea “combos” that we had on tasting were a combo with Turkish Apple or Cherry. Any fruit tisane tastes good with an entire pack of Turkish Apple (250g sugar) dumped in it.