I had this one yesterday on board of railjet train of Czech Railways company. I took part in “railway rallye” race with friend. We finished tenth which is fairly good, considering that we made huge mistake right after the start.

Well, with breakfast. Only tea I had that day. So, bit backlogging. I don´t know how hot water was, nor even amount of water. And yeah, it is weird to ask there. At least the sachet was not in water and I had to add it by myself. The tea in pyramid sachet looks pretty good, quite nice amount of leaves, nothing weird there. Just bit creased and torn leaves. I added the sachet to the cup.

Water started to turn golden with copper notes. After my two or three minutes steep I took that sachet out. It was looking decent. First aroma thoughts were that it is malty, yet rounded tea with no funky notes. Then I noticed some other notes. I think it was bit like red grapes. I don´t recall the taste so much, but it was fairly similar.

Overall it was pleasant and nicely surprising. Well, not the cheapest tea in the market. And it was not bad and bitter. Good!

Flavors: Grapes, Malt, Red Wine

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I am drinking almost everything. Tea bag collector who moved to wonderful world of loose leaf.

Trying to rate differently tea bags and loose leaf as tea bags have usually worse quality.

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Buried in tea right now. Is in my cupboard (trying to be updated) which sparkled your interest? Write me, I would gladly share with you. But I don’t want anything in return now :)


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