I'm in Australia - and for my birthday I ordered some British tea - Yorkshire Toast and Jam. (Picture below.) Which was really nice, but at about 80c per bag, a little hard to justify.
I gave some to my wife and she said:
"That's just Berry flavoured tea added to normal tea"
That shattered my illusions a little bit, but then I got practical. I started mixing strawberry flavoured teas and English Breakfast tea to get that "toast and jam" taste. For the cost, it was pretty close, and I'll probably order some for my birthday next year.
My wife likes their other product - Yorkshire tea 'Malty Biscuit'.
So I thought to myself "I can engineer this one too!" But then I was dumbfounded. Short of breaking up actual malt biscuits to attempt to mix them with tea (leading to a crumby tea problem), how would you do this?
Now I imagine you can try adding some kind of original malt ingredient to it. But again you end up at the 'crumby tea' problem.
When I look at the ingredients list of both they just say "tea, flavouring".
My question is: What is the 'malty' flavour added to tea to make it taste like biscuits?