Backlogging: I brewed some of this last night to chill in the fridge, and I enjoyed a glass with dinner. It is a decent tasting iced tea – perhaps a bit better than the “fresh brewed” teas that one might expect to receive at most fast food restaurants (and even many fine dining restaurants), certainly better than Lipton’s. Personally, though, I think I’d rather brew some loose leaf and chill it. For convenience sake, though, this is good. I also think it would work rather nicely for sun tea, which is something I will be trying when the sun comes out (if it ever does).
Rich Black Tea, Naturally Sweet!
Tea Grade: Pure Broken Orange Pekoe. Batch Notes: Bright and Brisk, Citrusy Notes, Rich Character, Naturally Sweet (no sugar required). Dark tones blend well with light sugar for the ultimate sweet iced tea. Geography: Single estate tea- mountain grown in rich, tropical soils that are known to produce the world’s finest iced tea. Origin: India.