i confess that i don’t really drink iced tea and i’ve brewed this one as hot tea . it’s a sunny and cold February afternoon on a Saturday. i live in a place where winter is a six-month-long affair. i see no point to iced tea now or most of the time. tea, for me, is meant to be hot and comforting whether in February or July in a/c. this is a very plain tasting tea and i’m good with that. it’s strong with a bit of an astringent aftertaste that brightens it.

Flavors: Ash, Caramel, Fruity

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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I’m a writer who drinks a lot of black tea. My favs are robust black teas, especially Lapsang Souchong and Irish Breakfast. In 2019/2020 I have a monthly black tea subscription from TeaRunners.com, so i’ll be sharing a lot of their teas. I’m always interested in meeting other tea enthusiasts, especially those who love black teas. At home, I prefer loose leafed teas but i will drink bagged, if desperate and out in the wilds.


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