Brisbane Breakfast

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Black Tea
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Boiling 4 min, 45 sec 10 oz / 302 ml

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A spectacle of sunshine and tropical optimism, this morning brew is a complex blend of Chinese, Sri Lankan and Indian black teas. This bright happy tea combines the flavours of Assam and Darjeeling, with a subtle and inscrutable tinge of exotic mango. That is not to say this tea should not be taken seriously – it is brisk and sophisticated and can be proudly served beside all the classics in any high tea. A versatile number, the addition of milk makes for a robust and delectable drop, or for a hot summers morning, brew up a jumbo cup of iced tea and bask in the sunshine. Brisbane breakfast – beautiful one day, perfect the next.

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16 Tasting Notes

2 tasting notes

Wonderful sunny morning tea. Puts you right in the mood to hit the beach.

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2 tasting notes

Very mango. Makes a wonderful iced tea.

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1723 tasting notes

This was a perfectly fine tropical fruit black tea. I enjoyed my cup, but it was a generally average cup of black tea with fruit. The mango flavor wasn’t too prominent, and came across as more vaguely tropical than anything.

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14731 tasting notes

FInished off the last of this sample from variaTEA yesterday. I’ve had it before so i knew what to expect. Soft mango but still tasty :)

Final Count: 55

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15103 tasting notes

Latte Sipdown (621)!

Pretty average in terms of flavour/experience – more black tea notes than mango so it felt kind of just like drinking an English Breakfast latte with a hint of mango. Still tasty, and it’s hard to have a bad latte experience. Just nothing “wow” about it.

Happy to have finished it off – gotta get in those sipdowns!

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6440 tasting notes

I made this tea this afternoon as a tea lemonade and intended to take it to my room and drink it while I listened to my income tax law lecture for this week. Then a lot of stuff happened around the house in preparation of something for my nephew that is happening tomorrow and I didn’t get a chance to drink it…or listen to my lecture.

So, it’s now 10:15 at night and I am finally drinking it. Still have not listened to my lecture, which is bad since I need to listen to it for tomorrow afternoon. Instead, I am listening to Roswell Strange’s podcast, Geek Steep, which is far more interesting! I am really enjoying it and definitely recommend it for all! I might be biased but it’s a lot of fun!

This tea is so awesome as a tea lemonade. Just juicy mango and great lemonade flavor…from the lemonade.

Roswell Strange

Thank you for listening :)

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15 tasting notes

My morning tea of choice! My husband and I spent five weeks overseas, and I really missed this tea, even when I was in London.

Flavors: Mango

Boiling 4 min, 15 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 250 ML

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7 tasting notes

This is a fresh, bright black tea with a strong mango flavor. It’s a nice, quality black tea that’s strong without being bitter and the mango compliments it very well. It goes well with milk, but I could also see this being an excellent iced tea. This is my introduction to T2 tea and it’s very nice. I was told (by the person who gave me the tea as a gift) that T2 is like the Teavana of Australia.

Hannah F.

Despite being from the US, I’ve never been to Teavana. T2 is definitely like a playground, and the staff really know their stuff.

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1024 tasting notes

I’ve twice spliced a teaspoon of this with a teaspoon of T2 Apple Crumble today, in part because I thought they’d do well together and in part because that’s what I had with me at work…

I love how tart the Apple Crumble is. It’s not overwhelmingly sweet and I love that. A spoonful of sugar (or even a half tsp) would give this just enough sweetness for me to probably declare it right on as a tops combination, but as I was too lazy to do that, I can’t confirm yes or no.

Who knows… it’s still in my bag, I could get around to it next work day.

But I’ve got tomorrow off, so NOT THEN!

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