Organic Ceylon

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From LeafSpa Organic Tea

Twisted deep chestnut brown shoots give this organic tea from the Venture Estate in Sri Lanka a visually pleasing appearance. This Flowery Broken Orange Pekoe (FBOP) brews a deep bronze liquor color. The medium body with woody citrus notes makes this an excellent breakfast or afternoon tea.

Origin of Primary Ingredient: Sri Lanka
Certified Organic Tea: Yes

Ingredients: Organic black tea

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LeafSpa Organic Tea is an importer, blender and retailer of premium quality organic and Fair Trade Certified teas. LeafSpa is also proud to offer their new line of organic spa products and bath accessories all made with the purest tea leaves on earth.

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The Product Description From LeafSpa certainly describes the color and origin. As for the taste…

It’s fairly basic…a medium strength Ceylon…yet very clean and smooth. Because it’s not super strong or bold I am not sure if I would personally drink this as my first cup of the day but it is good. Me, personally, I am thinking it would be ideal for late morning and afternoon. This is the first LeafSpa Tea I have tried and I hope to sample some more in the future. This wasn’t bad at all!

I would certainly drink it again.

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Got really cold tonight, I am on my second pot of this tea and I am finially thawing. This medium strength ceylon is the perfect companion to a sweet cookie. No need for milk, I did add rock sugar in the infuser basket.

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My teapot was all ready to receive my hot water, my teaspoon of tea inside… when I knocked it over and spilled tea all over the floor (luckily, the teapot was saved). As I listened to the tiny leaves get sucked into the vacuum I thought to myself, “this better be worth it.”

And of course it is. The instructions explicitly say not to steep over 3 minutes or it will become bitter (and we know how I loathe bitter black tea), so I went with two minutes. This is pretty good with my breakfast. I still don’t love plain black tea, but my “understeeped” variety is good for me. There’s a little woodsy aftertaste as it cools down, which is always a bonus for me.

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