How Do You Brew? -T2 Creme Brûlée Review.           

Hey there Teacups! 

I’m back today with another instalment of my How Do You Brew? Tea Review series. 

You guessed it im reviewing another T2 product (Such a Suprise I know).  I have to say they are currently my favourite tea shop.

So expect to see lots of their blend on here in the future. 

The product I’m reviewing today is T2’s Creme Brûlée loose leaf flavoured black tea. 

This tea is great for satisfying a sweet tooth! Delicious tones of caramel and hazelnut dance with velvety vanilla to create a gorgeously golden Brew. 

With a super sweet aroma to match. Perfect on its own or with a dash of milk.

Ingredients : Black tea, flavouring, hazelnut praline (sugar, hazelnuts) CONTAINS TREE NUTS ( Vegan Friendly) 

This tea can be drank on it’s own or with a bit of milk, I always have this on it’s own and recently I’ve taken to adding a pinch of cinnamon for the winter months. 

Unlike the other two teas from T2 I’ve reviewed I don’t have to add any sugar to this at all simply because it is so sweet and does that job itself. 

I would highly recommend this tea to anyone who has a sweet tooth that they find hard to satisfy its perfect for that. 

If you want to find out more about T2 Tea and buy this tea for yourself head to :

If you have any questions at all about The T2 Creme Brûlée loose leaf black tea be sure to ask them in the comments. 
Speak you all again soon! Enjoy your tea – Kimberley 💖🍵

34 thoughts on “How Do You Brew? -T2 Creme Brûlée Review.           

  1. Emily says:

    This sounds delicious! I wish we had T2 in Chicago. Hazelnut is my absolute favorite coffee flavor, but often it’s just too strong! This one sounds like the Goldilocks of flavored coffee, though.


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    • Teaisawishyourheartmakes says:

      T2 do a perfect Tea tool called the perfect scoop which is exactly the right amount for one cup! I wouldn’t Brew without it now 💖


  2. mchi | mchiouji says:

    This tea sounds lovely. As a longtime fan and lover of loose tea—the flavour is a lot more potent in loose tea than in tea bags—so I’m always on the hunt for another good tea to enjoy. I’m not quite sure if I would go for this Creme Brûlée one because after being burnt a couple times by bad attempts at Creme Brûlée, I’m a bit wary.

    This still looks delicious, though, and a tea sweet enough to bypass sweetner? Definitely intriguing me.

    Thank you for sharing this post and introducing me to a new brand, lovely. ❤

    mchi | mchiouji —

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    • Teaisawishyourheartmakes says:

      If you have a T2 teas near you , you can go in store and try a sample of any tea you like before you buy which might be a good idea for you if you aren’t to sure on this blend 💖


  3. Abigail Huggan says:

    I wish I liked tea! This sounds amazing but I don’t drink tea. There are so many amazing flavoured teas out there but they still taste like tea

    Liked by 1 person

    • Teaisawishyourheartmakes says:

      There’s a few substitutes you can use to help them not taste like tea. I’ve always loved but I know a few people who haven’t and have slowly grown to like it through easing themselves in with weaker flavours 💖


  4. Sampson says:

    How does one brew this tea, the person who recommended me this tea says its at its best with half warmed milk (over the stove) and half boiled water, in a mug? I was wondering if this is true

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    • TeaIsAWishBlog says:

      I would just steep it normally with just boiling water and then add milk and honey if you think you want it. Unless you are making a latte then I would make it on the stove top and do half milk half water adding honey after you put it in your chosen mug


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