Organic Breakfast Blend Black

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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 45 sec

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From Stash Tea Company

Rich, robust blend of premium black teas makes a great morning cup. Full-bodied and stimulating. Enjoy with a splash of milk. Fair Trade Certified.

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Yesterday I could not roll a number on the Geek Pride D & D die that RABS had so thoughtfully provided in her magnificent package—see pictures at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/destro/4675973000/

Today I rolled a “1” and opened a package with two offerings in it—who doesn’t love a bonus? I’ve chosen to try this one first and will write a review of the second one within 24 hours. I was away from home for quite a bit and discovered that using tea bags is not the death of Western Civilization nor of me specifically so I was happy to try Stash tea. I’ve not had it before as far as I know.

This Breakfast Blend is a bit mysterious: it contains a “blend of organic black tea” and I cannot pick out a single black tea that I could swear is contained herein. It’s a good tea bag, but does not have the strength of some of the kickier blacks I like to drink in the day time. I used 6 ounces of water and steeped the tea for 4 minutes and a few seconds. Perhaps I should have used less water or steeped the tea longer, because this tea is going to end up with the strange verdict “Pleasant”. A ruling of “pleasant” is not fatal, but I guess it’s damning with faint praise.

Nonetheless, I am very happy to have tried this tea and can attest that it’s a nice, pleasant brew.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 30 sec

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This is good… a slighly oaty flavored black tea (the package says a mix of black teas but I wish they’d say which ones). There is also the slight bitter flavor that makes a black tea delicious. I’m finding that bagged black teas are very different from loose leaf. I don’t know why though. Usually the bagged teas have a stronger flavor, which I like. But that may be because some bagged teas are more artificial/can add ingredients that aren’t usually in loose leaf?? This one says organic anyway. Maybe black teas are my favorite because I don’t drink coffee?

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This steeps quickly. I was looking for a quick black tea this morning and this fits the bill, however, I am now out of this kind. :( It seems I am going thru tea very quickly – even more quickly than usual. I am going on vacation and hope to find some to bring home with me next week. I also have a busy day ahead of me today – and every day before I leave – so I am going to go thru a lot of tea before then.

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