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From Higgins & Burke

The Champagne of tea from India. A smooth, mellow taste with delicate floral notes.
Polyphenol – 224mg per serving – All Natural

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126 tasting notes

I forgot I had this one when I first got to work today! I even wrote down tasting notes and stuck it in my pocket! These are teas that we get at work.

It’s okay, it just tastes like black really. I might have oversteeped this one, it was a little tannin-y. But no aftertaste, just a little astringent. It’s golden brown tea. I detect sweet notes, maybe fruity, but very minimal. And the initial smell is almost a little grassy, like a field. I think I can get better black tea taste from my trusted PG Tips.


Yeah…the astrigent part let’s me stay away from Darjeelings. Not a big fan of it.

Peggie Bennett

Are they all that way? I was thinking I may just have bad tea at work.

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307 tasting notes

Forget delicate, this tea has incredibly strong floral notes, more than I was expecting from a straight black tea. I’m almost surprised that there isn’t some jasmine in there or something of the sort. I tried adding milk and honey and found that I didn’t mind it, but I think that overall I prefer more of a malty than a flowery cup of black tea.

Boiling 3 min, 15 sec

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