CO2 Decaffeinated English Breakfast Tea

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Black Tea
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Boiling 1 min, 30 sec

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From Harrisons & Crosfield Teas Inc.

“[W]e have selected a flavoursome, rich blend of African tea from Kenya, which is decaffeinated using a natural, chemical-free carbon dioxide (CO2) process.”

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33 tasting notes

Has a one-note sort of taste. Not objectionable, but definitely not exciting.

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Were this not a decaf tea, I would have given it a lower rating.

It is a serviceable but unimpressive decaffeinated black tea. It gets bitter when steeped for just two minutes. But let it steep for less time, and the flavor is not very well developed and the brew is watery.

Yet the flavor that remains is the good flavor of a dark English Breakfast Ceylon or Assam tea.

It does not have any of the sour or artificial qualities of the worst decaffeinated black teas. It is better than decaffeinated Lipton, Tetley or PG Tips.

It is very similar to “Twinings English Breakfast Tea, Decaffeinated.” http://steepster.com/teas/twinings/2961-english-breakfast-decaf

Preparation
Boiling 1 min, 30 sec

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