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Uggh. It is Monday. I wanted a tea that would ease me into my day instead of forcing me to accept the fact it is the start of another week. This tea has the name ‘Light Black’ and I had never tried it so I thought this would be a good time to do so.

It has a soft nutty aroma with a little bit of sweetness coming from underneath. The taste is much the same. It does have a drying effect on the back of the tongue but it isn’t unpleasant at all. I quite like this and think it would be good for anyone who might be scared to try a full blown black tea. This does taste like tea, but it is soft, nutty, and sweet which makes it really approachable. Quite happy I chose this to start my day!

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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec
jennlea

2nd infusion of this was done at 4 minutes and it is even lighter than the 1st. Seems slightly roasted this time, not as sweet, and not as strong. Still tastes good but I fear that this tea is not really made for multiple infusions.

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jennlea

2nd infusion of this was done at 4 minutes and it is even lighter than the 1st. Seems slightly roasted this time, not as sweet, and not as strong. Still tastes good but I fear that this tea is not really made for multiple infusions.

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