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“Welsh Brew is a traditional blend of fine quality African and Indian teas selected for their strength, colour and smoothness of flavour. Welsh tea can be enjoyed at all times of day.”
Thin, one dimensional. We bought if for a change from Yorkshire Gold.
What is characteristic that gives it one dimensional; as opposed to what other than basic? If I understand Chais would not be characterized as one dimensional since flavorings are components of many: cinnamon, cardamon, and other spices…or do I not understand the term?
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A pleasant, bold black tea with a mild astringent quality. I wouldn’t go out of the way for it, but if it’s available it’s worth a try. I like their logo, “So Nice to Come Home To!” I am a sucker for good marketing and packaging.
I really like Welsh Brew, today I’ve got the bagged version because I couldn’t be bothered to mess about with the loose leaf. It’s a nice, smooth tea that I can enjoy in the evening after work.
I really enjoy this as a basic morning tea. The taste is fairly plain. It’s stronger that Twinings Everyday but less strong than their 1706 blend, so it’s a good compromise.