My newest teas. I finally have rooibos tea and it is quite good. I put two spoons of sugar and it became delicious. Next one is Japanese Green Tea with apples. I had itat one of my friends’ house when we organized a tea party. It was so delicius that when I found it today I nearly screamed of joy in the shop.
Blend: black tea with strawberry and sugar hearts
Do NOT sweeten it - it’s already sweet. But it’s very enjoyable, I totally recommend it!
Blend contains: ceylon tea, apple and maraschino (cherry liqueur)
Do not put sugar, it’s already sweet! You can add a little spoon of honey if you want, though.
This is red tea. Vanilla red tea, to be precise (I “borrowed” a teaspoon of it from one of my flatmates, let’s say, I regret nothing).
From what I read on the package the tea was in, red tea comes from South Africa.
As expected it is a joy for every tea lover. The aroma is pretty intense, sweet. The taste is also sweet-ish, so if you don’t have a thing for sweeter teas you might not like it. The tea was not in bags, so I took a teaspoon of it:
The very first thing I thought, seeing the teaspoon, was “oh, wow! It’s so RED!”. And I overjoyed, because I have a thing for red things. The final resulting colour of the tea was reddish too, and I was pretty much surprised (in a pleasant meaning).
When I finally took a sip of the tea, I thought it was one of the best teas I ever drank. As already said, the taste is sweet-ish, so you won’t have to put sugar in this kind of tea. Well, if you have a really sweet tooth, you can put honey in it, I thought that sugar would just ruin the taste. I personally tried it with nothing and with honey. If you want to put sugar, you can use cane sugar, that is a less sweet kind of sugar. Don’t add lemon or milk, they will ruin your red tea.
In conclusion: black tea will always be my favourite, but red tea is really worth it, so I totally recommend you this tea!
I think I’m going to buy some of this tea!:3
I can’t live without tea. White tea is good with no sugar, but add a teaspoon of honey to it and it will be divine!
Taylors of Harrogate makes some of my favorite tea.