Let's Do Breakfast

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Black Tea
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Caffeine
Medium
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Average preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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  • “Sipdown (602)! My weekly tea infused salad dressing! I think, at this point, hopefully most people should know the gist of my basic salad dressing recipe? I guess comment if you want further...” Read full tasting note
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  • “instructions on this one said brew for 6-10 mins….i did not. stuck to 3 mins and i’m glad i did because even at 3 mins, this isn’t a pleasant breakfast blend. Too astringent and coppery for my...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I don’t really drink breakfast blends and as I sip on this now, it is not really an exception.I just don’t love my teas to be brisk. This one is and it has a citrus quality to it but that dissolves...” Read full tasting note
  • “I was very dissapointed with For Tea’s Sake Chai tea so I was was a little reluctant about this breakfast tea. This is actually very good. It has a nice full body to it. I would not say it is...” Read full tasting note
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From For Tea's Sake

This tasty tea is a wake up call to the senses in the morning and enough to keep you going all day. A timeless classic to share anytime and any way you like it

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Sipdown (602)!

My weekly tea infused salad dressing! I think, at this point, hopefully most people should know the gist of my basic salad dressing recipe? I guess comment if you want further details, but the general mix for this one was: white vinegar infused with the tea, walnut oil, two cloves of crushed garlic, and a turmeric infused honey.

You can taste the black tea a little bit but mostly this just has a nice warming turmeric spice to it and a lovely nutty, garlic overall profile. The tea adds a bit of malt; and I think just rounds out the profile a little bit? It’s a nice dressing overall though even if it’s not tea dominant. Also it was a really good excuse for me to quickly finish off a lower quality straight black tea that I was putting off the sipdown for…

I wouldn’t recreate this batch; but I’m definitely going to finish it. If, for no other reason, than walnut oil is freaking expensive!

LuckyMe

Such a neat idea, I never thought to put tea in a salad dressing! I bought walnut oil once. Not only is it expensive, but it goes rancid very quickly.

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13239 tasting notes

instructions on this one said brew for 6-10 mins….i did not. stuck to 3 mins and i’m glad i did because even at 3 mins, this isn’t a pleasant breakfast blend. Too astringent and coppery for my liking – i vastly prefer malty, smooth delicious things for my breakfast teas haha. ah well, at least i’m drinking things and trying new teas!

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I don’t really drink breakfast blends and as I sip on this now, it is not really an exception.I just don’t love my teas to be brisk. This one is and it has a citrus quality to it but that dissolves into a bit of astringency. Just not for me.

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I was very dissapointed with For Tea’s Sake Chai tea so I was was a little reluctant about this breakfast tea. This is actually very good. It has a nice full body to it. I would not say it is much different that the many other breakfast blends I have tried, however, this one is not bad at all. It is listed on the label as an orange pekoe. I will finish the tin but don’t know if I will repurchase as I have so many other breakfast teas but this one is very good. I had it with a bit of rock sugar and a splash of soy milk as I think the heavy body of this tea needs the milk and sugar to balance it.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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