Twinings Blackcurrant, Ginseng and Vanilla Reviews
Product Type: Twinings Tea
Description:Brand: Twinings / Type: Fruit Tea / Exotic Ginseng is enjoyed for its ability to promote a feeling of well-being. Together with rosehips, hibiscus flowers and liquorice root it produces a rich, full bodied taste, further enhanced by the flavour of vanilla and ... more
Newest Review: ... teas for much more than this. This tea is packaged in a pink cardboard Twinings box. It does still look very classy and ... more
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by - written on 03/03/08 (Very useful, 64 readings)
This flavoured tea is like a cross between a herbal tea and a fruit tea: it provides the lovely taste of a flavour tea, but the ginseng it contains provides revival The Company Twinings has been established since 1706, making and selling tea of all kinds. They now sell over 200 teas in over 100 countries. This flavoured tea is part of their FruitBliss infusions range. The Tea and my opinion I have to say that this tea, although I like blackcurrant, did not taste as nice as I expected it to. There was a nice subtle aftertaste of vanilla, but the combination did not sit well on my palate, and I did not finish the drink. The aroma ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/06/12, updated on 29/06/12 (Very useful, 109 readings)
I don't like tea, the traditional tea, in fact I absolutely hate tea! However I do really like the fruit flavoured teas. I do normally buy the Starbucks Tazo Passion Fruit Tea when we are on holiday in the US, I normally buy loads of boxes of it, and so stock up for the next few months. I think I made a bit of an error with quantities last time though and so I've ran out, and our next trip is quite a while off yet. Normally over the summer months I always have a jug of the Starbucks Passion Iced Tea in the fridge, and as I've ran out of the teabags I'm really missing this. So whilst shopping in Sainsburys recently I decided that I'd try some of the Twinings ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/05/09 (Very useful, 59 readings)
This is a Twinings tea that I regularly drink. I suppose it is a cross between a fruit tea and an herbal tea really. How I drink it- As with most herbal and fruit teas they recommend that you allow the tea bag to infuse for 2-3 minutes in hot water and drink it without milk. This is a fruity tea so I don't add honey or sugar to it as I do with some herbal teas as the blackcurrant too my palate is sweet enough. I allow water in the kettle to cool a couple of minutes before adding it too my cup and then after it has infused for 2-3 minutes I add cold water so that it is possible too drink straight away. Though they say to let it infuse for 2-3 minutes I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/04/09 (Very useful, 117 readings)
I bought this tea recently because I was keen to try an alternative tea for the evenings. I was attracted to the packaging because it was brightly coloured and stood out on the shelf, but also wasn't too 'in your face'! As you can see from the front of the box, the Twinings name is predominant. I like other Twinings teas and I trust the brand, and I like their adverts on television so I thought I'd give this a go! Inside the box the tea bags are individually wrapped in paper packets. I presume this is to keep them fresh and I always recycle the packets (although I don't know if you're supposed to, I don't see why not!) so them being individually wrapped is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/13 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Recently, I have found myself steering further away from my everyday plain tea to more flavoured teas. It is always nice to have a variety to choose from and sample, and Twinings does have quite a lot of flavours on offer. Since it is also one of my favourite tea brands, I thought that I would give this Twinings Blackcurrant, Ginseng and Vanilla tea a go since it sounded interesting. A 40g box of 20 teabags will cost you £1.29 from Tesco. Well, this is more expensive for a tea but it is classic Twinings price, really, and I believe that for the quality the company provides it is worth paying that little bit extra. At any rate, you can often find flavoured teas ... Read the complete review
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