How i got it: Bought it
Experience: Another point for La Teteria. Beginning with the aroma of this blend, it begins spiced like a Yunnan tea, becoming more like Ceylon crisp later. I smell what seems to me like caramel and almonds/amaretto notes too. It has an intense, mainly malty flavor, but possessing the same soft bitter notes that characterize the English Breakfast blends i’ve tried, only more nuanced and enjoyable. Although isn’t a complex flavor, it has a nice and lasting richness. Really good.
Would i buy it again?: I think it could stay as one of my breakfast teas. We’ll see with the pass of time, but for now, i’d say ‘yes’.