This is really becoming a comfort tea of mine.
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Really good through the third infusion. I’ve been sharing it with the community house I’m staying at and they love it too!
When I was at the Field Museum of Natural History, I saw a diorama of a tea plantation in Sri Lanka.
Yummy! I loved the Tea Garden store too. They have pretty fountains and the Tea-ristas are wonderfully pleasant.
Normally I never add anything to my tea. But chai is my exception. This morning…too much milk :(
I love this tea. The more I drink it the more I pick out delightful milk chocolate notes. Maybe hints of cardamon.
Just what I needed after a long day trekking around Chicago.
A nice black tea with subtle smokiness I really enjoyed.
Wonderfully spicey and sweet. I really liked the green cardamon; a chai ingredient I hadn’t yet experienced. Made this for the boys with milk and sugar and they loved it. The assam tea base is pleasant and you don’t have to search deep beneath the spices to notice it.
Sweet caramel flavored tea. Need I say more?
The almond certainly didn’t overpower the tea flavor. I did detect a hint of astringency when I followed the steeping instructions on the package. I generally like my blacks more to the three minute mark than the five. Still nice though.
Nicely full bodied. I got lots of cocoa notes but didn’t detect any spice or fruit. I really loved this tea.
Sometimes this tea is a little too perfumey. I find I enjoy it most when I steep it at around two minutes. Great for Fall Evenings.
Probably my favorite Earl Grey. Makes the most amazing iced tea.
I think this maybe may favorite breakfast tea this fall. Normally I move towards spicy earl grey’s but there is something so fall about cranberries. The blackberry leaf adds a soothing subtlety.
Surprisingly light for a Keemun. Slightly smokey with roasted chestnuts in the aftertaste.
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Yummy every time. I like to steep this one closer to the three minute mark. Best breakfast tea.
I found this tea to lack presence when first brewed. Mild maybe sweet. When it cooled it had a distinctly astringent taste when brewed to instruction, with a reduced water temp, and when brew time was shortened.
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Nice, more full bodied white. Lovely.
1.5 tsp. water 208F steep for 5 minutes. I like to let it cool to room temp and then refrigerate as an iced tea.
Wonderfully fruity. Mild and sweet. I also resteeped it since the brew time was so short.