This is hard for me to describe, but it’s a winner!
It reminds me of Twining’s English Breakfast or Lupicia’s Ceylon Uva, but it has a different taste. I definitely like it! It’s more light-bodied than the aforementioned, which makes it a nice alternative to English Breakfast (which can be heavy and almost “in your face” to me).
This is a very pleasant, easy going tea. It’s a winner for tea parties and for when I’m an old lady. This is one to remember.
I don’t even have to add milk or sugar! And that’s the best complement I could possibly give a black tea.