A hot cross bun in a cup.
There’s not much more to add, really. Just close your eyes and conjure up the scent of a freshly baked hot cross bun. Then imagine that in liquid form, and you’ve got Baxter’s Buns.
Served with a dash of milk (and perhaps a Cadbury Creme Egg), this is what heaven truly tastes like.*
*Unless you don’t like hot cross buns, or you’re gluten intolerant, in which case it will probably make you ill.
What’s in T2’s Baxter’s Buns tea
Nutmeg, cinnamon, cardamon, cloves, coriander, currants, orange peel, barley malt, chicory, ginger.
Where to have T2’s Baxter’s Buns tea
At the office, so you can bombard everyone’s nostrils with the heavenly scent of Easter. It’s what I do.
When to have T2’s Baxter’s Buns tea
Morning and afternoon tea, while gorging on hot cross buns.
5 tea leaves*