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  • “Not bad. I just realized how much tea dust there is at the bottom of my cup. Maybe that's why I think this tea is so bitter. Guess I should give my tea ball a quick rinse before I put it in my...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Oh! Comfort tea! This is strong and just a biiit bitter in a really good way. I don't know how to rate this, but this is the kinda tea I crave as base-normal. Mom Tea. Comfort tea. I bet next time...” Read full tasting note
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From Murchie's Tea & Coffee

A truly delicious everyday cuppa!

Lush, fertile land and elevations of up to 7,000 feet naturally allow Sri Lanka to house some of the finest tea estates in the world. The choicest blend of Ceylon black teas also stem from the abundant sunshine and monsoon rains of this region.

Murchie’s Best Ceylon is a blend of these aromatic teas, creating a full-bodied flavour that you must try.

Strength: (Medium Strong)
Brew Temperature: 205° to 212°F
Brew Time: 3 to 5 Minutes
Brew Quantity: 1 tsp to 6-8 oz of water

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5 Tasting Notes

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1413 tasting notes

Not bad. I just realized how much tea dust there is at the bottom of my cup. Maybe that’s why I think this tea is so bitter. Guess I should give my tea ball a quick rinse before I put it in my cup.

I hope someday that I’ll be able to tell the difference between different tea blends. I think that I can recognize Ceylon, but that’s probably from years of drinking Tetley’s Orange Pekoe. Darjeeling, Assam etc… Idek…

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79
295 tasting notes

Oh! Comfort tea! This is strong and just a biiit bitter in a really good way. I don’t know how to rate this, but this is the kinda tea I crave as base-normal. Mom Tea. Comfort tea. I bet next time I’m bummed I run to this with milk and sugar. :P

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