Good but not great. I drink it for the sake of a hot drink and that’s about it.
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Typically English, rich in flavor, and appropriate for any tea drinking occasion.
For this special recipe we use only hand-picked tea leaves from higher up in the mountains where the best teas are grown. These mountain grown teas give you a full bodied, yet smooth cup, making English Teatime the perfect pick-me-up tea any time of day.
Taste Profile: Bold bright brew
Aroma: Sweet malty aroma
Liquor: Rich amber with coppery tones
Recommended Temperature: 208 degrees F
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Like others, I didn’t have high hopes for this tea, but I was pleasantly surprised. You only need to steep for one or two minutes (don’t go over even though it’s a black tea), and I don’t think I could take this without sugar, but it’s very flavorful. Just a basic everyday black tea. I do find it a little too astringent, though.
To paraphrase someone else’s review about this: Nothing special, but functional. I can’t imagine choosing this over another name-brand of English Breakfast, but it’s good in a pinch in a hotel room or waiting room where it is all they have. I usually bring any bags I pick up at a hotel home with me, just in case I there’s ever an… um… tea-mergency. ;)
Not bad. Just not great.
I put a packet of this tea in my backpack this morning on the way out. While grabbing lunch I remembered I had it and asked the waiter to bring me a cup of hot water instead of my usual fresh lemonade. He looked at me like I was an idiot but understood later when I popped the teabag into the mug. It was nice. I’m not sure how long I let it steep since I left the bag floating around in the mug but that still didn’t give it enough flavor. I tried it before adding sugar and it had a surprisingly sweet taste. I think it’s a fine tea, it has an earthy quality I enjoyed. I might have to warm up to this flavor, though. I’ll give it a try later on this week and let you know how I like it.