Excellent find. So excited I'm gluten free and can't have rich tea biscuits so this is perfect and I have with oatmilk . Trick is not to brew for as long as they say if making in a cup .
Thought we’d give it a go, but I really didn’t lik
Thought we’d give it a go, but I really didn’t like it. Tasted like a water down biscuit.
Blargh. I have enjoyed Assam teas that have been described as malty (with a slight taste of vanilla) and I normally like Yorkshire Tea so thought I would give this a go. It was truly awful and far too malty for my taste. Tasted of burnt caramel
What a great idea, and yummy too
Yummy! Tastes just like tea after you've dunked biscuits into it but without actually eating anything. This is great since you don't have to deal with the bits at the bottom.
This was delivered as a substitute for home delivery and I have to say it is the most disgusting beverage imaginable. I realise that Tesco staff cannot know the characteristics of all SKUs, so I am offering this information to be helpful. It is nothing like a good cup of tea. I had to spit it out.
These are my new fave - I love Yorkshire tea and love these even more !! taste and smell like biscuits
The best tea
I love this tea! Smells like biscuits, tastes like biscuits I love tea and I love biscuits!!! Winner winner !
My colleague introduced me to this tea today and I
My colleague introduced me to this tea today and I have to say I’m really excited that there is now a tasty drink out there that satisfies my sweet/ biscuit craving without the calories/sugar. (I have just recently become gluten free due to coeliacs and am borderline diabetic so up to now, I feel there’s not a lot I can have - that I really enjoy drink-wise to keep the sugars/carbs to a minimum). I’ve just finished my first cup and I’m in love with it. Thank you to the imaginative person who came up with this idea, (and my colleague also..) it’s wonderful! 😃
Tastes just like tea and biscuits, so you can enjoy it without the calories!
Yummy I like it
I like it pretty tasty. I have with skimmed milk and Tesco splenda and milk sugar sweeteners. I do want to KNOW WHST. Is the natural flavouring. I want to know exactly what's going into my body. MSG falls under natural but it kills brain cells. I'll contact them.and ask. I like it my new morning tea.