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I could have sworn I had written this up earlier, but it appears not.

I have the bagged version of this, for work. I think I’m going to get some loose tea for home because, yum.

Today I have been trying out flavored black teas, and after those, this one is plain and simple and with a splash of half-and-half it’s just right. Light and pleasant, exactly like I always imagined Darjeeling should taste. I don’t think it’s bold enough for a breakfast tea, at least not for me. But now, late afternoon, it’s calming and comforting and companionable, and is not making me jangly.

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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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