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Tagged With: flavoured

Jessie’s Tea Review – David’s Tea

1 ½ tsp, steep 4-7 minutes at 98 degrees Company’s Product Description: Wish you had Jessie’s Tea: Let’s face it, we all get stressed out sometimes. But everyone seems to have a different way of dealing with it. Some people relax with a hot bath. Others go for aromatherapy. And if you’re anything like us, … Continue reading »

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White Chocolate Soufflé Review – Steeped Tea

1 ½ tsp, steep 4-6 minutes, temperature not specified Ingredients: Rooibos, caramel (condensed skim milk sweetened, sugar, glucose syrup, butterfat, sorbital syrup, mono and diglycerides), cacao bean, white chocolate (sugar, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, skim milk powder, butteroil, soya lecithin, vanilla extract), hazelnut pieces, calendula petals, natural flavours. Contains nuts. Contains milk. Last weekend, … Continue reading »

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Cream of Earl Grey Review – Davids’ Tea

Cream of Earl Grey (organic) – David’s Tea 1 ½ tsp per cup, 3-5 minutes at 98 degrees Product description: A creamy twist Lovers of Earl Grey adore this creamy alternative to the original blend. You’ll recognize the same high-quality black tea, the same citrus burst of bergamot oil, the same beautiful grey-blue petals. However … Continue reading »

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Organic Kyoto Cherry Green Tea Review – The Metropolitan Tea Company

1 tsp per cup, steep 5 minutes at 90 degrees  Brewed as per instructions. The flowery smell is really overpowering. It’s making me nervous about tasting this. Alrighty, here we go…okay, not as bad as I thought. The initial taste is actually much more subtle than I was expecting. Leaves a distinct aftertaste of flowers, … Continue reading »

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