Usambara African Breakfast

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Black Herbal Blend
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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From Caranda Fine Foods

A great way to begin your day, this perfect breakfast blend is a full flavored tea. A blend of African black teas with calendula and blue cornflowers. Organic contains caffeine.

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6770 tasting notes

This is a gentle English Breakfast with a bit of a fruity flavor. Not much to really say about it. It doesn’t make me want to do an Irish jog but it’s not too shabby either.

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Yum! A nice and non-bitter black tea blend! :) Tastes like most other black teas that I enjoy. I have a ton of it too since I got this off Amazon.

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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec
Cofftea

I love all things African. Even though I’m not a black tea person, African Breakfast sounds interesting- I’ve never heard of it before. I know they drink Chai in Africa (especially northern).

Charisma

I also love all things African! I go to Tanzania each year, and almost everyone drinks black tea. They make delicious chai and ginger black tea. What kind of teas do you like?

Cofftea

The list of teas I don’t like is shorter lol. I don’t care for most unflavored black teas, most flavored blacks except dessert teas and chais, shu pu erh, toasty/roasty oolongs, gen mai chai, and hojicha.

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Teabox B! I’m working on just doing one steep, rather than my usual two steeps that I usually do, since I have to work through this teabox and the one I started is on its way! I had both teaboxes last time too. I have no idea how that worked out!

After a 3-4 minute steep, this one seems a tiny bit brisk, but perfect for the morning. Somehow it reminded me of a CTC blend, but this isn’t. It just seems like that is how African tea tastes? I swear there was a hint of fruit in this one, but maybe it was scent contamination from something else in the teabox? This one is good to gulp down when you need your caffeine on the move, but it isn’t extra special. Maybe my water cooled too long. I’ll leave the rest of this one in the teabox since it is lacking in the plain black tea department… and I’m not sure I have many plain black teas to add.

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