Monks Blend Organic

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Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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A special mellow black blend of Darjeeling, Keemun, Nilgiri and Assam teas.

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I got the pipe taken care of last night, though then this morning a different maintenance person busts in like whoa dude I’m just putting on pants here.

I do not feel good. I didn’t go to class Monday and I don’t think I am today either unless they want me to die on a computer. My throat is killing me. So I’m hoping this tea in the next half hour helps because I don’t have class at all next week. WOOOOO

I wanted to drink this yesterday but I decided I’d rather have more than a pot. I’ve been really into black teas lately, especially discovering Assam, and I already love Darjeeling. And Keemun is tasty, so I welcome Nilgiri into the mix.

This is great without milk. I think milk would ruin it actually. Mellow indeed.

I like how I can almost taste each tea. It smells very much like Darjeeling, and tastes like it at first too, but I get smokiness, maltiness, and honey notes. Honey definitely becomes the strongest, almost with a bit of peach.

Definitely feeling better after finishing the cup of this. I think I’ll make another for my travel mug and get myself to class!

Invader Zim

I hope your throat feels better soon…maybe you could mix in some honey, or just eat a teaspoon of it!


What the heck is happening to us?! We’re becoming tea purists! Yikes! I’m loving the strong black tea’s too!

Invader Zim

Happening? It’s already done happened!

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This is a nice, strong black tea. It seems to be mixed with a bunch of different blacks, and while I like black tea, I tend to find assam too intense without milk and I prefer my darjeelings a bit fruity. So for me, the flavors muddle here a bit into a blend that to me will work best with a splash of milk or as a base for stovetop chai.

Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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