Irish Breakfast CO2 Decaffeinated Tea - Teabags

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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “~*Brew temp 208*~ I have no idea why I am buying a decaff Irish Breakfast tea. I guess it's for those days when I want to chain drink tea. I pretty much limit myself to 4-6 cups of...” Read full tasting note
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A very robust tea, with plenty of Kenya and Assam. Makes a great start to the day.

The CO2 Decaffeinating process uses highly pressurized carbon dioxide. There are no residual chemicals and the process has little effect on the flavor and the other benefits that tea has to offer.

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Brew temp 208

I have no idea why I am buying a decaff Irish Breakfast tea.

I guess it’s for those days when I want to chain drink tea. I pretty much limit myself to 4-6 cups of caffeinated tea a day (depending on how caffeinated they are). When I have a high quality tea that re-steeps multiple times (like a Dian Hong), I can hit the 4-6 cups ceiling really fast. My herbals and other decaffs are all sweet in one way or another and I like a more traditional option such as this.

Anyhow, this is just okay. It’s not bitter or astringent. It has a reasonable, but not tremendous, amount of flavor. The first Irish Breakfast I ever had was Ceylon and Assam and I pretty much expect them to all be that way, but of course this is not the case. This is Assam, Kenyan and possibly others. To me, it doesn’t taste a lot different than an English Breakfast with Assam and Kenyan such as PG Tips. Another strike against this is that the bags are only 2 grams-PG Tips and Taylor’s Yorkshire blends have 3 gram bags. I’m not excited about this, but still, I think this will do on one of those days when I really NEED a lot of tea, but need to watch the caffeine and don’t want lots of sweet herbals. However, I think I will look for a higher quality, loose leaf, decaff straight tea like an Assam in the future.

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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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