Saved by Twinings! (Continued)
Well, in the time since Saturday, being two and a half days, I have tried all foru of the infusions blends in the box. The other three are:
- Cranberry, raspberry and elderflower: The raspberry is the strongest taste, but not the only one to stand out. A really soothing cup, fully recommended!
- Raspberry and echinacea: Less variety, but no less of a good taste. Not really sure what echinacea is, but it's definitely good in tea!
- Camomile and Limeflower: Very different to the others, and the most rejuvenating of the four. A friend of mine said he didn't like this one, but I place it in the "amazingly refreshing" category occupied by such flavours as peppermint, peppermint and liqourice, and mint.
In summary, this collection of infusions has been a revelation in my tea drinking experience. I have tasted new combinations of flvaours that I really thought weren't possible. So if you're concerned about experimenting too much with your flavours, as Dave found out in an earlier post with the yoghurt experiment (!), don't be. It can really open your eyes to new kinds of tea!