In the cute Kettle Shed box, 15 biodegradable fuso bags come packed with Sri Lankan black tea, blue and red cornflowers and flavour. The flavour isn't specified and I think it would be nice to have this detailed on the box.
On opening up the box, my immediate thought was that it actually smells of a sweet shop; incredible! And it's just as impressive on the eyes. The blue and red cornflowers make it look so pretty.
The taste isn't quite as sweet as the initial smell but it's a beautiful, refreshing black tea and full of flavour. I tried it with and without milk and I actually preferred it with a little dash of milk.
I will definitely be drinking this again as it's a gorgeous alternative to your regular black tea.
If you missed my previous tea reviews, pop the kettle on, make a brew and have a read of them here.
Disclosure: I reviewed this independently and wasn't sponsored to write this post.