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Tea type: Flavoured black tea

Brand: Ahista Tea

How to prepare it: 3 minutes, 95 °C (203/212 °F)

Dry scent:

At fisrt there are strong notes both of vanilla cream and bergamot, like a creamy earl grey - and infact it is like that -. Really thick and full-bodied and at the end a few woody notes from the black tea arise.

Liquor's colour:

Dark orange.

Liquor's scent:

Now the creamy side of this tea is pushed even more in evidence, with some fresh

bergamot notes in the background.


A gentle earl grey, but thick at the same time, with an interesting vanilla note. The bergamot is still the main flavour - it's an earl grey after all -, but both vanilla and the black tea used as base help in giving structure and body to the infusion.


A good earl grey in which the addition of vanilla brings a new sweet note, but keeping the usual feeling of a typical earl grey.

My score is: 8/10


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