drank Decaf Ceylon by Harney & Sons
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I decided to make good old Southern chicken and pastry tonight with the noodles being made from freshly ground Southern white wheat. I had made the stock two days ago while I had two chicken carcasses handy. For some reason, this meal is forever associated with tea for me, though I grew up drinking iced tea with it.

Since it was the evening meal and hubby was dining with me, I needed to choose a decaf that we both like. That narrowed it down to two teas! I chose this one and I don’t regret it. In fact, we drank the 22 ounce pot and I was longingly tipping it in hopes of another drop or two. This is one of the few black decaf teas that really taste like tea to me. When I first bought the Harney version it was almost too strong for us! We were used to one from Southern Season that we still like but it is noticeably weaker than the Harney decaf. Now we love it, and I am thankful to have a plain black tea that I can drink at night.

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