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T2 Fruitalicious

Fruity’ describes every fruit-fla­voured tea. Yet, you can almost always point to a more spe­cif­ic fruit, like apple or rasp­berry or grapefruit. This, how­ever, is T2 Fruitalicious.

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Infusing 3 g for 4 minutes in 200 ml of boil­ing water gives a page pink-beige liquor that smells pleas­antly fruity. But, a sip doesn’t point to a more spe­cif­ic fruit, des­pite the infu­sion con­tain­ing cran­ber­ries, blue­ber­ries, dragon fruit and goji ber­ries. Rather, it’s a non­des­cript fruity trop­ic­al fla­vour with a mel­low sweet body before a slightly more acid­ic fin­ish. Its nat­ur­al fruity sweet­ness makes this a uni­ver­sally pal­at­able and enjoy­able tea, yet by that same token, also not a par­tic­u­larly excit­ing or mem­or­able tea.

This box of T2 Fruitalicious con­tained 40 g. It was packed in Australia and gif­ted by col­leagues in Sydney, Australia in 2015.