Stolen from my hotel room in Istanbul two days ago. I felt like I wanted some “turkish tea” to wake myself up the first day back, so I found this bag in my luggage and brewed it in a half-full teapot. The result: rather tasteless actually. Deep brown color, but that’s all it’s got going for it. Sugar didn’t help either. I’m realizing that what a person really needs to do to have real turkish tea (besides bringing home some tulip-shaped glasses to serve it in, which I did, but they’re in the dishwasher) is to use loose tea and the double-decker teapot method. (Haven’t found the tin of loose tea in the luggage yet…and I’m working on getting a double-decker teapot, but it’ll be awhile!)
Siyah Çay Gizli Bahçe
Doğadan picks with care premium quality tea grown in Eastern Black Sea. It uses only the topmost leaves and brings them to you for an idea brew and a flavor that appeals to Turkish taste. For you to enjoy with your loved ones….Now, tea is Doğadan. Sold as bags of 25 and 100.