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Black Tea with Flavouring
Tea meets hot toddy
Pair your Whisky tea with good Scottish shortbread
Dark winter evenings
Add one teaspoon (around 2g) of loose leaf tea per cup and always use freshly drawn and boiled water. Allow to brew for 3-5 minutes according to taste. Can be enjoyed with or without milk.
Strange flavour by Olesya on 23rd November 2017
Didn't like this too much, it's drinkable with a sort of a sweet flavour but wouldn't call it whisky.
Flavour not very strong by Helen Lear on 18th October 2017
This is a pleasant tea, but nothing astounding. I was hoping for a really good kick of whisky flavour, but there is just a mild hint of whisky. It's mild and smooth, drinkable and kind of comforting. Seems more vanilla flavoured than anything else. I find a dash of milk brings out the flavour a little more, but overall quite disappointing.
Amazing by Abbey Anderson on 2nd June 2017
This is the best tea! I do NOT like whiskey, but I was able to taste the tea in store before buying. The name is misleading as it tastes nothing like whiskey (god bless). However, the taste of this tea is very good, hints of vanilla.. honesty has its own flavor! Definitely recommend trying it!
Great! by Janey on 11th April 2017
Simply love the taste! Adding some milk is even better! :D
sweet and delicious tea by Julia Keller on 20th October 2016
I realy like this flavour ... vanilla? apple? and honey? Great Taste!
Not even close to Whiskey by Harry on 18th June 2016
Although the flavour is interesting, the tea does not taste or smell anything like whiskey. I would have given it 4 stars if it had a different, not misleading name.
Gorgeous and faintly sweet by Olivia on 7th April 2016
This has the smokiness of whisky without the sharpness that many dislike (I am not a whisky fan myself). It smells lovely and can be drunk without milk as it's actually a little bit sweet. However, adding a bit of lemon and honey also works well. I usually go into Whittard's for free hot chocolate samples and I tried this since I was intrigued, and just really loved it. On my third trip back I finally decided to buy it! My flatmates now all steal it from me.
Not my cup of tea by Steven on 1st April 2016
This tea was less than impressive to me, I had images of smooth scotch and fresh black tea, sadly this tea just tasted, odd to me
Ever since our founder Walter Whittard weighed out tea leaves behind his high mahogany counter, we’ve been experimenting with our own inventive blends. The Chinese were the first to try blending tea leaves with fruits and flowers and it takes time, skill and imagination to master the art. It’s all about creating the perfect balance of flavours: we blind taste at least 20 different variations before settling on the perfect recipe. Just as some musicians have perfect pitch, an expert tea blender needs to have some pretty perceptive tastebuds…
'Fair fa' your honest, sonsie face, Great chieftain o' the puddin-race!' Yes, that's us addressing the haggis on Burns Night, celebrating the birth of the Scottish poet Robert Burns. Although we'll admit that haggis might be an acquired taste, our Whisky Tea is the perfect way to raise a toast to the Scottish bard. We've given this tea the number 251 (25th January) to keep the date in your diary - it's sure to have you reeling in no time ...
Black Tea with Flavouring
Don your top hat and take a trip to town with our delightfully fruity Piccadilly Blend. Bringing together the best of British and Eastern tea tradition, we've blended a classic black tea with floral flavours of rose, strawberry and lotus, luxuriantly layered with coloured petals. Radiant, fragrant and subtly sweet, it's a beautiful brew for the afternoon.More Details
Flavoured Black Tea
Fragrant orange blossom has long been a symbol of good fortune, popular with poets and all those lucky enough to catch a bridal bouquet. This botanical blend of black tea has a fresh citrus clarity with warm, rounded notes of orange. Best taken without milk to enjoy it in all its floral glory.More Details
This gloriously ornamental blend of green and black tea is adorned with curlicues of coconut chips, pieces of caramel and confectioner's sugared hazelnuts. Elaborate, perhaps. But with its creamy coconut freshness and vibrant edge of bright steamed Sencha, it's all about being sweet and chic.More Details
The Mamas and the Papas might be dreaming of California, but when autumn blows in we dream of tea. (Typical, we know…) Whether you’re scrumping...Read More
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