Ceylon Star

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Black Tea
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Boiling 2 min, 30 sec 3 oz / 100 ml

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  • “The chocolate in this tea tastes great! I expected the star anise to clash with the chocolate but it really doesn’t. The anise is very mild- don’t buy this tea if you’re looking...” Read full tasting note
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    lbkosu 10 tasting notes
  • “Received a sample of this tea with a purchase and just noticed it in my pile. Brewed two teaspoons in about 100 ml gong fu in a kyusu pot for 30 second steeps. I didn’t notice any special...” Read full tasting note
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    Cwyn 78 tasting notes

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The blend of teas from Sri Lanka makes a classic flavor that is smooth, crisp and familiar. Ceylon Star has a rich, dark color, clear body and a smaller leaf than many Ceylon teas. When people ask, “What makes a good iced tea,” this is a great choice.
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The Tea Smith
Omaha, NE
www.theteasmith.com

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The chocolate in this tea tastes great! I expected the star anise to clash with the chocolate but it really doesn’t. The anise is very mild- don’t buy this tea if you’re looking for a spicy blend, but it makes a delicious choice for a unique chocolate tea.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 30 sec

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Received a sample of this tea with a purchase and just noticed it in my pile. Brewed two teaspoons in about 100 ml gong fu in a kyusu pot for 30 second steeps.

I didn’t notice any special flavors to this tea, to me it just tasted
Iike a regular black tea. Ceylon tea is in many tea bags I’ve had over the years. But the caffeine kick in this is pretty powerful. I had taken an ibuprofen for a pinched nerve in my back and have been doing this for days now. This tea had a sort of Excedrin effect and really boosted the ibuprofen tab.

Honestly this is the best pain relief I’ve had in days. Gonna hoard my little Baggie of this tea. Will recommend this for the caffeine because it is definitely one of the stronger teas I’ve had lately.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 30 sec 2 tsp 3 OZ / 100 ML
Ost

Tea and advil helping your pain? that’s awesome! Hope you are able to get more relief!

Cwyn

I repeated this again today and found it worked. I think I need to have a higher caffeine tea so I can take half the dose of ibuprofen, and save my stomach for sheng!

Ost

That’s really awesome! :D

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