4 Knights

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195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 15 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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Our Four Knights blended black tea contains four of the boldest and most robust black teas available, and makes for the perfect breakfast drink to get you going in the morning!

Offering an intriguingly complex and yet smooth flavor profile, our Four Knights gets you all ready to battle the day and come out on top. Smoky and exotic Lapsang Souchong entwines itself with robust Assam, large leaf Oolong and top quality Pu-Erh tea to deliver a perfectly balanced brew with a light sweetness and unmistakably well-rounded smoky body.
Four Knights is a robust and full flavored tea that is ideal to drink in the mornings, or at any other time of the day when you need a little extra lift. It is also the perfect alternative to coffee. Steep in hot water for a few minutes and allow the leaves to swirl freely to really unlock the flavor and aroma of our Four Knights superior black tea blend.

Ingredients: lapsang souchong, oolong, assam, pu-erh

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Sample from Kittenna. Thank you! :)

Sooo, Tealux fails with steeping instructions (I was curious because this is a blend…). “Steep in hot water for a few minutes…” What? That’s not vague at all. :)

Because this is quite a smoky tea, I decided to preemptively add some maple syrup. 1 tsp in my 16 oz mug. I also added a little milk, but it didn’t need it.

Although the tea smells super thick and smokey and heavy, it’s actually fairly light. Yes, it’s smokey, but it’s not as rich and thick as I was expecting.

It reminds me of my dad’s smoked jerky, honestly. Really smokey, almost kinda meaty. So weird. I haven’t had a tea like that before.

Thank you for sharing, Kittenna! I don’t think I’ll pick this up when I order… one mug is probably enough.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 15 sec 3 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML
Shae

Does the maple syrup help to balance out the smokiness or is it just a nice, complementary flavor?

OMGsrsly

I think it balances it. Both with the flavour and the little bit of sweetness.

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