Work day was canceled.
Snow day calls for some hot drinks.
Tea time all day long!
“I’m such a dork. Had this in the morning and it tasted good today when my previous review was not too favorable. I’m pretty sure that my tea reviews might match my emotional...” Read full tasting note
“I’m not sure how old this is, it’s been sitting in my mother’s cupboard for an unknown length of time so the quality might not be up to par. Still it’s a pleasent, smooth...” Read full tasting note
“English Breakfast is absolutely one of my favourite teas. STASH makes a lovely English Breakfast. It is mild, with almost no aroma, while still possessing considerable...” Read full tasting note
“Looking back, I’m surprised I hadn’t reviewed this yet, especially since there always seems to be a handful of Stash around the house. No one particular feature or flavor stands out....” Read full tasting note
This old favorite is full-bodied and stimulating. Adding milk gives it a silky texture.
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English BreakfastRoyal Albert
English BreakfastOriginal Ceylon Tea Co
English BreakfastEstate Gardens
I’m not sure why I don’t care for this tea very much. It tastes…thin to me. Not a whole lot of flavor honestly. It feels like I’m drinking lightly flavored hot water rather than a cuppa tea. It will certainly do in a pinch or to go with or after a heavy meal though. Other bagged black teas I’ve tried are much better.
Meh. It is not as good as most bagged black teas. In fact, as far as English Breakfast tea goes, the only bagged teas I have found so far that are inferior to the Stash bags are Bigelow and the generic “store” brands. This tea brewed up too weak, and tasting stale, even though I bought a box with a current freshness date on it. Also, the thing I hate the most about it is that the strings always seem to pull loose from the staple in the bag! I guess my bottom line is that I would take this over some generic brand or a cup of Bigelow, but not much else. It’s better than nothing. But not a LOT better than nothing, mind you.