Decaffeinated Black

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Black Tea
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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  • “Switching it up today...alternating caf/decaf since I'm feeling a bit twitchy/hyped up. I picked this up at my conference back in October; this brand is apparently their "house tea". I was given...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This was a travel-bag tuck-in from a recent Tennessee hotel stay. Comfort Suites, to be exact. So we know it's a food-service grade continental breakfast tea ... therefore, I was not expecting much...” Read full tasting note
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Switching it up today…alternating caf/decaf since I’m feeling a bit twitchy/hyped up. I picked this up at my conference back in October; this brand is apparently their “house tea”. I was given quite a few bags of it (some decaf, some not) by various attendees who know I drink tea. I’ve been a bit wary of it, because sometimes these things turn out not-so-well…

It’s certainly not horrendous, especially for being decaf. It is, however, completely unremarkable save for the fact that it’s decaf and is 100% drinkable. No chemical taste, no bitterness, no astringency, nada. And it does, in fact, taste like tea.

I don’t know if I’d actively seek this out for purchase…I do like having decaf teas on hand, but am just as satisfied drinking herbals/rooibos. I definitely would partake if it’s the tea available at the hotel I’m at. I’m certainly satisfied by this cup, and the other bags of decaf I have won’t linger for too long.

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This was a travel-bag tuck-in from a recent Tennessee hotel stay. Comfort Suites, to be exact. So we know it’s a food-service grade continental breakfast tea … therefore, I was not expecting much but some warm liquid for my sore throat and cold office. So why am I pleasantly surprised and why am I getting a nice, sweet almond aftertaste?

Then again, it could be dish soap. I actually scrubbed the mug for a change :)

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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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