One of the better Ceylons I’ve tried. I tend not to get very excited about Ceylon in general, but this is one of three I’ve had that actually had some interest to it. Didn’t flip over it, but wouldn’t turn it down.
You grew up next door to this tea. It would sit on the porch, talking on the cordless phone, and despite its old sweats and unkempt hair you had a hard time taking your eyes off it while you mowed the lawn. Your trips down the block to the mailbox had to be perfectly timed. You grew up, moved away, and made a name for yourself but every now and then a song surfaces on the random shuffle and it all comes back. A Google search yields nothing.
We like this black Ceylon tea best when it’s brewed a little strong. Heat your water to a roaring boil and use a heaping teaspoon of tea for each cup. Let it steep for up to 4 minutes. This tea is great with milk and sugar, if that’s what you’re into.