This tea is excellent for a cup of builders tea. The first time I made this, I accidentally overstepped it for ten minutes, but a bit of milk and sugar transformed the cup from bitter and unpalatable to a good, strong morning tea.
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“BB #7 for today! Robust in every way! Rich, Dark, Hefty! A little bitter but also malty. As my grandfather used to say…"it’ll put some hair...” Read full tasting note
“I made 4 oz of this today and added a LOT of milk and some sugar to it. Wow this brews a dark and strong tea!” Read full tasting note
“This is another sample from Azzrian. Thanks again my friend. This is robust, bold and strong. It has a nice malty finish. This is very enjoyable for a convenient brew. I...” Read full tasting note
A proper tasting cuppa. Pure and simple.
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As I suspected with the mug I brewed this morning, this tea needs far less time to steep than the sort of tea I’m used to drinking. Brewing for 3 minutes instead of 4 produced a much more satisfying cup of tea. The first couple of sips tasted a little on the sour side, but after that it was a smooth typical English Breakfast kind of tea. I’m going to keep this set aside for afternoon drinking rather than my first morning cup.