4 Tasting Notes

I am a huge fan of Mighty Leaf’s teas, because they usually have a nice moderate balance of some other contradictory flavors in their tea (ostensibly “contradictory,” but the excellent taste begs to differ). As the name boasts, it is a rousing, celebratory blend, which I thought was perfect for a dystopian-themed ficiton book. Highly recommended. Mighty Leaf brewers know their teas, in my opinion.

Flavors: Chocolate

160 °F / 71 °C 4 min, 15 sec 1 tsp

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drank PG Tips by PG Tips
4 tasting notes

Commoner’s Tea- I hate to sound condescending, but this tea has a smoky, acrid taste that is disgusting. This tea can be best described as glorified dirt that looks more like crack or opium; rather than tea.

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(Review of the decaffeinated variety) I can barely taste the tea, and I usually prepare this tea with reasonably hot water. Normally, decaffeinated varieties pale in great comparison with the caffeinated versions of the teas-known for being much more robust in taste.
Anyways, I think all the Wegman’s Just Teas are fairly good, as long as you’re not buying the decaffeinated versions.

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Subtle, light taste- not too overpowering or bitter (like the gratuitously tart PG Tips, that is fairly bad-tasting; almost acrid). It wouldn’t be a great tea for the morning time b/c of it’s light taste, and I need something strong for the morning time to zap me out of my zombie-ish state.
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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