48 Tasting Notes

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What a well crafted blend! Rich, nuanced, and balanced, Peet’s Holiday Breakfast has been my wake up cup each morning lately. Great way to start the day: deliciously.

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Light hints of cocoa and spice dance around the subtle earthy flavor of the black tea creating a lovely small sized cup of tea. Not full bodied enough to truly stand up to the addition of milk of any kind. Extra nice with the addition of a little sweetening.

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100

The best of both worlds: it’s not just a Miley Cyrus television show. It’s this tea. Chocolate + tea = I’m floating on a cloud of bliss.

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200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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Not your typical breakfast blend, which is entirely fitting for a tea that calls itself Pacific Coast Breakfast. Some brightness, some sweet earthiness and oh, just a hint of smoke. I absolutely loved it. I drank it black, unsweetened, watching hawks sketch beautiful spirals against the morning sky.

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I got this as a gift. I love getting gifts and what could be sweeter than a gift of cinnamon tea in this lovely tin! My notes are thus: a very light bodied cup of tea, with definitely cinnamon flavors first and foremost. I’m pleased to say that the cinnamon flavor tastes like cinnamon stick, not fake cinnamon candy. I now feel as though I’ve written the word cinnamon more times than I ever have before. In conclusion cinnamon cinnamon, I would recommend this tea to cinnamon lovers who like a light cup of tea rather than a robust, well rounded cup of tea. I personally would have preferred a nice balance of blended teas and the cinnamon. The cinnamon End cinnamon.

Flavors: Cinnamon

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drank Sencha by Peet's Coffee & Tea
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Absolutely delicious! Fresh, green, delicate taste and fragrance, buttery amazingness. I love Sencha and this one is awesome.

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drank Sencha by Harney & Sons
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drank Boston Blend by Harney & Sons
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Although I can be heard to mutter “Dust! Fannings and dust!” when drinking a poor cup of tea, I really don’t think I’m a tea snob. Want to talk about your favorite tisane with jelly beans in it? I’m there. Want to talk about gyokuro and assam? Done. I welcome the chance to discuss all things tea and tea related because I’m that kind of nerd: a tea nerd. Other things I’m passionate about: my family: my husband and daughter and our Chihuahua and new cat; literature, and social justice. I have poor eyesight, a good temperament, an odd sense of humor and a lot of curiosity.

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