3 Tasting Notes
Quite a well known tea here in the UK. I have to say that whislt it is quite well known, for me, its more of a cafeteria tea. Its not something i would buy myself but when it is served in a cafe etc it just about passes the test.
Hmm really rather disappointing for me. Certainly a popular tea here in the UK, but me thinks they are somewhat relying on good marketing etc because, for me at least, the tea leaves quite a lot to be desired. Not enough Assam in there for my liking. Think im going to stick with my Kenya and Assam blend in Punjana. Yet to be beaten!
One of the best teas i have tasted in my time…and thats saying something! Its hard to believe this is an Irish Breakfast tea that is actually made in that little country of Northern Ireland. Seems this is a family owned tea company thats now on the 3rd generation! A strong tea that brews to a great looking colour – and the taste certainly doesnt disappoint. Punjana, my favourite.