Morning Red

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Black Tea
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An energy-fueled full-bodied brekky brew that will flush away sleepy inclinations and set you straight for the day ahead. Hints of melted chocolate and toasted grain blended with a black is a breakfast of champions, and irresistibly moorish, so just you try to stop at one cup. Mornings have never tasted so good.

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This was recommended to me by the staff in T2 as an alternative to a breakfast tea. For a breakfast tea, my preference is to drink it strong, with a little milk, and I tend to drink crushed/small leaf tea to get the strength. Although I like smokey teas, I tend to avoid having them with milk because they aren’t strong enough in my opinion.
This has a slightly larger leaf, but it strikes a good balance and is quite good with milk. It’s a little smokey because of the keemun in it, and I guess the assam gives it the strength to be a breakfast tea.
I wouldn’t have it all the time, but it makes a nice change and I’d say I’m a fan overall.

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Sipdown! I needed a good, strong cup of tea to drink while working on my PhD proposal, and this fit the bill perfectly. There are other strong blacks that are just as good, so I won’t miss this one too much, but I’m glad to have had the chance to try it all the same. Many thanks to Memily for sharing with me!

Boiling 4 min, 30 sec 1 tsp

Good luck on the proposal!

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WHEE I went to sleep at 5am and woke up at 11am and drank a whole pot of this tea. Good job, self. You’re an adult.

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This is best drunk when brewed from a large pot of tea. The true delight comes from multiple cups in the one sitting. The flavours slowly come through richer and stronger the more you drink. If you’re in a funk, a pot of this to yourself and you’ll be right as rain in no time.

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