Superior Breakfast Tea

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From Imperial Teas of Lincoln

Chosen by the ‘Independent’ newspaper as the perfect breakfast tea, it is a hearty but smooth blend of garden Assam tea with lots of golden tips. Blended solely with quality in mind this traditional ‘English’ tea uses three different leaf styles to deliver a rounded cup with ‘Superior’ flavour, aroma and appearance. It is the only breakfast tea we offer, believing that no one would want to drink what could only be considered an ‘inferior’ breakfast tea! This is best appreciated with the addition of full cream milk using one rounded spoon per cup. It also makes the most luxurious milk and two sugars tea you will ever try!

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I have to say that I plain dislike this.

There’s a hard, firm edge to the taste that I find quite difficult to describe but that I find unpleasant. It’s not something different, it’s a version of the generic tea taste. I thought I’d brewed my first pot a bit too long and it had got stale but, though it’s slightly similar to staleness, it’s not really that taste. Perhaps if one could imagine what liquorice would taste like devoid of any hint whatsoever of sweetness, that would be something like it. I’ve tried decreasing the quantity of loose tea and the brewing time but it’s always there underneath.

In its defence, I have to say that the instructions recommend the addition of full-cream milk, so perhaps it’s just not intended for drinking ‘black’ – but I don’t take milk.

ETA – I should have mentioned other elements to the flavour: I get a hint of freshly-cut grass, the tiniest, faintest ‘bite’ – something like the smell of black peppercorns and not in any way unpleasant, and, strangely enough, a hint of beef.

Edited again for lousy punctuation.

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