Organic English Breakfast

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  • “This morning it is rich and smoky and malty and sweet and borderline chewy and all kinds of complex. And very good with half of an unadorned banana bread bagel (onion or garlic or salt is...” Read full tasting note
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    __Morgana__ 952 tasting notes
  • “First the leaves are very nice to look at. Now, the tea is very good as well. I found it bright and lively. Probably wonderful with a pastry. It is a touch smokey but not a lot I may try this with...” Read full tasting note
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From LeafSpa Organic Tea

FINALIST – Best Breakfast Blend – 2008 World Tea Expo World Tea ChampionshipAs the name implies, this blend is perfect for breakfast since black tea has the highest caffeine levels. This tea is well-known for a plush aroma and smoky flavor. Often enjoyed with milk.

Origin of Primary Ingredient: China/India
Certified Organic Tea: Yes
Fair Trade Tea: Yes

Ingredients: Organic black tea

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7 Tasting Notes

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This morning it is rich and smoky and malty and sweet and borderline chewy and all kinds of complex. And very good with half of an unadorned banana bread bagel (onion or garlic or salt is ordinarily about as far away from plain as I’m willing to go with bagels, but the BF bought these and the kids were going on about how great they were so I had one and they were right). And I just realized I’m still writing in the mode I used for my writing exercise of last night, with all the and and or connectors. LOL. Fortunately I haven’t been doing that in my emails for work.

I’m really tired. I didn’t sleep well and I think I was over-caffeinated, so today I’m going to make an effort to stop the caffeine by 4 p.m. or so and try to get to bed early. Daylight savings time. Ugh. It will put a crimp in my tea-drinking style, but I need the sleep.

Don’t read this part if you don’t like to read about medical ailments. ;-) Over the past week I’ve developed a rash of some kind on my foot. I have attempted self diagnosis via the internet and I believe it to be dyshidrosis, which can be brought on by stress, and apparently by inhaling dust if you’re allergic to dust. (And I did get a big whiff of dust during the weekend before last’s cleaning project.) Or nickel. (Does tea have nickel in it?) It looks awful, though it doesn’t feel that bad. I am not sure whether it’s going away. If it doesn’t go away by the end of the week, it’s medical appointment time. Great, just what I need.

caile

Hopefully the rash will go away quickly!

__Morgana__

Thanks, caile!

boychik

feel better. BTW shu at night and i sleep like a baby(probably tea drank)

__Morgana__

Maybe it wasn’t the shu that kept me up, then. I was ready to blame it.

boychik

Really, I had sleep prob before but since I started drinking shu 3-5 steep just before bed it knocks me out. Do you want me to send you some samples( it’s not swap I need nothing in return)

__Morgana__

Aw, thanks. But I really do have a ton here already. :-)

boychik

Admirable;)

Sami Kelsh

I get a similar rash issue on my index fingers (random) triggered by hot weather. It’s annoying as heck, but eventually goes away on its own. I’ve yet to find any treatments that speed its disappearance besides avoiding situations that trigger it, which can be nearly impossible, depending on the cause. I’m probably not helping! Just mostly wanted you to know that you’re totally not alone.

__Morgana__

Thank you, Sami. Are yours little tiny blisters? That’s what I have.

Hello.Kiki

If it’s itchy hydrocortisone usually helps. Calamine is another good one.

__Morgana__

Not really itchy, which is weird. You’d think it would be…

Sami Kelsh

Yep, that’s what I get too, Morgana. It’s been okay for the past few months, but I’m not looking forward to summer. Especially when the blisters start to weep.

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429 tasting notes

First the leaves are very nice to look at. Now, the tea is very good as well. I found it bright and lively. Probably wonderful with a pastry. It is a touch smokey but not a lot I may try this with some milk and sugar and get back to you all.

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 45 sec

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