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This is really bold and a nice solid black. The color is of deep burgundy and the aroma makes you crave multiple cups!
“The SororiTEA Sisters will be featuring a full length review on this one at 6pm EST this evening! In the meantime... This is really bold and a nice solid black. The color is of deep burgundy...” Read full tasting note
“Backlog: I had this tea a few days ago. I think I made it a tad too strong, because the flavor was very strong and astringent and concentrated. Like it needed to be diluted. It was not a...” Read full tasting note
A strong morning blend of Tanzanian and Asamese black teas, made exclusively for Clean Air Champions, a non-profit organization whose mission is improve air quality by working with respected athletes to educate and inspire Canadians to adopt practices and lifestyles that enhance both environmental and personal health. 10% of the proceeds from the Champion Green and Champion Black teas is contributed to this great organization.
Presently, over 120 active and/or retired National Team, Olympic and Paralympic athletes from across Canada have joined as members of Clean Air Champions. These Champions are passionate about our mission for a variety of reasons: many suffer from respiratory illnesses worsened by air pollution which can be detrimental to their athletic careers; others have careers in medicine or environmental sciences and understand the seriousness of the issues as they relate to human health and our planet; while others are concerned about the lack of exercise, and increasing rates of obesity and asthma in today’s youth. Whatever their reasons, these athletes are committed and passionate about helping to fulfill the mission of Clean Air Champions.
Learn more about the Clean Air Champions on their website.
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I had this tea a few days ago. I think I made it a tad too strong, because the flavor was very strong and astringent and concentrated. Like it needed to be diluted.
It was not a bad tea … but, Shanti has many other teas that I prefer over this one. Not bad, not great … and this one is not on Shanti’s website any longer, so either it’s sold out, or they agree with my thoughts on it.
But because I may have made the tea too strong, I’m not going to rate it numerically, as it may have been taster’s error and not the fault of the tea.