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Organic Black Tea

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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 45 sec

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For $4 you get 80 organic black tea bags. That alone makes this a steal. It is very nice tea though. I tweeted Whole foods about where the teas come from and I believe they told me China, Kenya, and Ceylon (Sri Lanka). I drink it mostly hot with a little milk and sugar. I use it as a breakfast tea. Not a heavy hit of caffeine. Very good value.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 45 sec
Cofftea

It’s a bagged tea, of course it’s cheap. In quality too most likely.

McD

I wasn’t comparing this to my $25 for a couple oz Gyokuro. It is a bagged tea, but I feel much better than similar priced lipton or generic dust teas. Since I started with loose brew and then have bagged teas when I am in a hurry, I am picky on my bagged tea. This is one that is nice to have in the afternoon at the office, especially for the price. If price is not an issue and you want bagged tea, go with Numi brand.

Cofftea

I’ve only had their Chocolate Pu Erh, but I agree- it was amazing. I can’t wait to try the loose version. For bagged I prefer to fill my own bags, but that’s just me:)

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or some type of black sweet tea

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