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Midnight Campfire

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Black Tea
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  • “Not bad. The name is appropriate: it smells just like a campfire and has a very strong smoky flavor. I can't really criticize it for being too smoky (campfire is in the name after all) so I'll just...” Read full tasting note
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Now this one’s different. For starters, it comes from China (unlike our other black teas). After carefully crafting an amazing black tea, what do they go ahead and do? They burn it! Well not quite…it’s actually taken to be dried over wood fires, which gives the tea leaves a smell quite reminiscent of a campfire burning under the night sky. It’s literally got a smoky tone that will throw you back when you open the tin…so be ready for it. You’ll love it (or hate it). But you’ve got to try it. (and yeah, we’ll bet you love it).

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Not bad. The name is appropriate: it smells just like a campfire and has a very strong smoky flavor. I can’t really criticize it for being too smoky (campfire is in the name after all) so I’ll just say that you need to be in the mood for some smokiness. Worth a try.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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