Bold, dark, rich in taste, warming—this tea is perfect for its cheap cost. Not the classiest by any means, but working with a limited budget, Bigelow is the knight in shining armor.
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“My tea strainer is gone from the office, whether it was stolen or misplaced I have no idea. :( Anyway I decided I would have a teabag of this today, it has caffeine it it and that's good but...” Read full tasting note
“Yum! This may be a plain black tea but I really like it. It is a nice tea to have while focusing on other things because you don't feel guilty about not noticing all the special extras about the...” Read full tasting note
“OK, it was dark and my retinas were scorched by looking at (literally) four million Christmas lights--we had our traditional family day at Silver Dollar City yesterday--but I could have sworn the...” Read full tasting note
Typically English, rich in flavor, and appropriate for any tea drinking occasion.
Invigorating in the best English tradition. Bigelow’s individual flavor-protecting envelopes ensure great taste and freshness. Indulge in the soothing ritual of tea. Sipped throughout the day, tea quenches, soothes, satisfies – and delivers healthful antioxidants. From the wonderful aroma that fills the air the moment it starts steeping, you’ll know that Bigelow tea is like no other.
Ingredients: black tea, Gluten Free
Steep for 1-2 minutes
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Thought I’d try this one again because I want to conserve my 3 remaining earl grey bags until my adagio shipment gets to me on Wednesday.
This time I tried steeping at a lower temperature and adding some lemon juice and although it doesn’t make it much better, it does make it slightly more enjoyable, I’m happy I had this in my cupboard after all.
The first steep always has a pleasant bite, and dark liquor. I enjoy a cup or two of this in the afternoon, when I could use a bit more pick up than my sencha offers. I’ve never felt it needs milk, although I would often add milk to breakfast blends that somewhat stronger.