Hot with milk. Very tired from work. Can’t wait to find a real career. Just one more day of work then I can simultaneously collapse and research. Life is hard.
This has almost no flavor. I used three bags in a standard 12-oz mug and it was barely tea. It’s not actively bad like Lipton or Red Rose decaf, but if you’re looking for a decaffeinated tea in a grocery store go with Tetley’s British Blend decaf which is much more satisfying.
Somewhat disappointing, as I kind of like bagged Twinings Prince of Wales tea.
This is to go with my brunch (late breakfast, early lunch) of an egg on toast. I am used to having the original Twinings English breakfast tea instead of the decaf version but someone sent me one bag of this to try.
First thing I notice is that the taste is not nearly as strong as the original tea and personally I like black tea’s for their strength. Another thing that crosses my mind is that this teabag was sent from New York and I wonder if the English versions are stronger than the American?
Overall it has a decent taste but next time I will stick to my original.
This I’s a teabag. The teabag smells like black tea. I steeped this for a short time. And the color turned out to be a medium brown. This tea like a black tea that is not overwelmingly strong but not weak either. I think this is very pleasant.
If there is any Ceylon in this blend then someone destroyed it during the decaf process because there seems to be no Ceylon character at all. It’s fairly weak even after a four-minute steep. A dash of milk rescues what otherwise would be a very disappointing brew.
It’s alright, especially because I can drink it anytime without worrying about caffeine keeping me up ‘til all hours. But, it’s not nearly as strong as its fully-leaded counterpart. The flavor seems to be gone by the time I’ve had half a cup, whereas I can get nearly 4 halfway decent cups out of the regular English Breakfast.