Commonwealth Tradition

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Black Tea, Ceylon Black Tea, Chinese Keemun Black Tea, Kenyan Black Leaves
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  • “Brewed this for over 5 minutes and the tea was still fairly light in colour and pretty flavourless. Definitely not much to write about. I only have a couple of bags left of this and I won't be...” Read full tasting note
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    alannahrose 433 tasting notes
  • “Had this one in my cupboard for awhile. Not really a fan of plain black tea and it comes with a bunch of other tea that I love. Pulled it out to mix with lemonade for an arnie palmer. Seems like...” Read full tasting note
    skysamurai 327 tasting notes

From Island Rose

Discover our Island Rose Commonwealth Tradition tea, an uplift to make a perfect morning or to enjoy and to reflect for an afternoon tea time. For its Commonwealth Tradition tea Island Rose uses Keenum, a tea from china, as the base for this traditionally considered breakfast tea blend. Keenum was used for the first made English Breakfast and the mild flavor does well with our Assam, an Indian malty flavor, fine black Ceylon and Kenya Black.

Commonwealth Tradition, sunrise on your tongue.

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433 tasting notes

Brewed this for over 5 minutes and the tea was still fairly light in colour and pretty flavourless. Definitely not much to write about. I only have a couple of bags left of this and I won’t be sad when it’s been used up!

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327 tasting notes

Had this one in my cupboard for awhile. Not really a fan of plain black tea and it comes with a bunch of other tea that I love. Pulled it out to mix with lemonade for an arnie palmer. Seems like your typical english breakfast to me, just a bit lighter. Honestly I thought it tasted better steeped at 2-3 mins.

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