My brother purchased this tea for me in Austria while he was studying abroad. It is rather finely ground for a “loose leaf” and I had trouble brewing it because so much would leak through my tea ball. Eventually I found something to brew it in and found it a very lovely black tea. It’s not too terribly harsh, though I still prefer it with just a tiny bit of milk. It’s rather plain, but that’s ok with me. It’s a very good every day kind of tea.

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Hello! I am new to the steepster community, but I’ve been drinking tea for over 10 years now.
When I first got into tea, I would only drink plain black teas- preferably Twinning’s- as strong as I could make them. It took quite a while for me to branch out and try some new things. Even then I stuck to plain green tea and one or two herbal teas. Although I’ve made a lot of progress, I’m still always looking for new things to try!
I am a first year teacher at the high school level.


Fort Worth, Texas



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