I used this to make iced tea, and it did not disappoint. It is a strong black tea, perfect for iced tea, as there are no overpowering flavors. I like black teas with little to no flavor embellishment to use for iced tea, as I drink it all day during the summer.

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 4 tsp 32 OZ / 946 ML

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My love of tea started with Star Trek: The Next Generation, and Captain Picard ordering “Tea, Earl Grey, hot” from the replicator. My first tea was Bigelow Earl Grey, but in recent years I have branched out to trying looseleaf black and green teas, and custom fandom blends. And now I’m wondering why Captain Picard didn’t have a kettle in his ready room.

Fandoms! since that seems to be something else people list in their bios here: Star Trek, Sherlock Holmes (canon/Granada/BBC), Doctor Who, Hobbit/LOTR, Harry Potter, probably something else I’m forgetting.

I’m an IT geek, a wife, and a mom. I have a variable-temp electric kettle and I’m not afraid to use it.


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