This tea is one of my favorites. It’s my go to to get a good kick of caffeine and never fails. As a cheap, loose leaf tea it is profound. It’s sharp, it’s tough, it puts hair on your chest and it really is one of the best teas I have in my stash of tea.

Either brewing one cup in a small ball or brewing a whole pot, it really has never let me down.

Highly recommend it for a plain, simple black tea.
Also, in my opinion, you don’t need to add sugar to it. For some reason, when I did add sugar, it made it not that strong, oddly. To each their own, I guess.

200 °F / 93 °C 8 min or more

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Rocks, birds, plants, tea.

Literally me.

Mineral collector
Ornithology hobbyist
Wild flower know-it-all
Cheap tea connoisseur

My life is rather odd, clearing estates, running around to help people and still have enough time for a nice cuppa.

I’m changing peoples views on tea as fast as I can. It’s amazing when you tell someone “that’s tea!” and they look confused because they’re used to Lipton.

My favorite moment with that was at a mineral friends house. He had decaf Bigelow earl grey… Hell no, I whipped out Tapal Danedar and brewed it for a little bit. “that’s real tea.” I said. He was wired and bought a box.


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