Doctor Who - The Valeyard

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Apple Pieces, Black Tea, Cinnamon Bark, Lapsang Souchong, Pu Erh Tea, Safflower
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From Adagio Teas

An amalgam of the Doctor’s darker flavours, this blend just goes to show that an apple a day destroys the Doctor and steals his remaining regenerations, or something.

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Guess who picked up a giant box of tea from the post office this morning?

This happy little dork! BEST THURSDAY EVER

It’s like my mouth has gone mad with flavour. The smell and taste of this tea start out strong, with the buzzing, almost manic smoke of the lapsang standing out at the fore as you’d expect, but there’s an earthy backbone running under it, followed by sweet, true apple flavour. In the cup, this translates to a wonderfully textural, juicy finish. It’s dark, bright, calming, and absolutely delicious. I’m always slightly nervous with any blends where lapsang’s involved as it can easily overpower subtler flavours if you use too much of it or with the wrong thing, but the balance here is good. It’s like eating a bumper crop of fresh autumn apples around a campfire on a cool evening. A cunning blend indeed.

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