English Breakfast

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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 15 sec

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Dogs woke me at 3 and I couldn’t get back to sleep after roaming around the house n taking my time getting ready for work I’m now typing this from Tim hortons drinking this tea. This is also the first time I have ever used my iPhone browser to type tea notes in steepster so sorry if this is full if typos and doesn’t make sense. See previous notes

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Serviceable bagged dust. Heh, what can I say really. It is strong enough to get the job done if you’re looking for a boost, but personally I won’t go out of my way to drink it for sheer pleasure. I think it’s a combination of Assam and Ceylon, the latter dominating. It’s fine, just not my cup of tea.

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This was my first tea other than my mom’s no frills orange pekoe that I had. I loved it. About 20 years later I married an Englishman. Funny how that works.

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Certainly not a bad bag. It has a bit of an orangey note to it, which I find amusing saying how often I have to try and convince people that no, there is no orange in orange pekoe. (This is English Breakfast, I realize, but nonetheless, both are straight teas. My point stands.)

Now I just wish that I had a nice pastry (or a few timbits) to go with it, but sadly, as I am having this at home, no such luck. Maybe next time….

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