I tried this tea for the first time this afternoon. It was lovely.

I often find breakfast teas a little heavier than most, a little intense, very full-bodied flavour. This was different. It was a black tea, and I had it quite milky with honey. It was quite sweet, quite soft, and I found it a very contemplative tea. The more I drank, the more I daydreamed. Maybe I just had my head in the clouds to begin with, but I adored this tea.

I think I’ll go back and buy it. I loved the finish, I thought it had a very distinct flavour, and was pleased that it didn’t have an overpowering aftertaste. I’d drink this tea any time.

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