A great blend of teas without other stuff added in. So nice! http://lyt-tea-reviews.blogspot.com/2011/02/review-indie-teas-sock-it-to-me-tea.html
“A great blend of teas without other stuff added in. So nice! http://lyt-tea-reviews.blogspot.com/2011/02/review-indie-teas-sock-it-to-me-tea.html ” Read full tasting note
“The old Laugh In theme definitely did that. I love this tea. I'llbe adding to this note as I get better at evaluating tea.” Read full tasting note
“I wanted a tea strong enough to wake me up in the morning and I found it. This blend is very robust, malty, almost chocolately. The tea in the tin is beautiful - a mixture of black, brown, and...” Read full tasting note
“Black tea isn't usually my thing but this manages to deliver black tea goodness without too much harshness on the gut. Stands well on its own, like a fine black coffee, but for those who don't...” Read full tasting note
Sock It To Me
A Bold Blend of Golden Monkey, Yunnan Gold, Assam, and China Black Teas.
It’s One Thing To Daydream At The Office. It’s Another Thing Entirely To Lay Your Head Down On The Desk And Fall Fast Asleep…That’s Where The Monkey Comes To The Rescue.
Steeping Instructions: Measure 1.5 teaspoons of tea to 8 oz of water. Heat water to boiling 212 degrees, pour over the tea leaves, and steep tea leaves for four to five minutes.
3.65 oz.Organic and Fair Trade Ingredients: Organic Golden Monkey, Organic Yunnan Gold, Organic Banaspaty, Organic Qu-Hao, Organic Korakunda.
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Black tea isn’t usually my thing but this manages to deliver black tea goodness without too much harshness on the gut. Stands well on its own, like a fine black coffee, but for those who don’t care much for black tea, the addition of milk and honey makes this a joy to drink. I bought this for when I was hosting when people might not appreciate black tea, but it finds itself in my teapot more often than I expected.