McNulty's Special Mixed

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‘special mixed’ – tea type based on guess…there may be black tea in there but I am not completely sure…

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This smells a little like Gunpowder but what I think is the oolong part is of the mix is REALLY dark leaf oolong. There maybe a tad of black tea in the mix but I am not completely sure. There is a bit of green tea as well. It ‘brews up’ a light brown and I can taste an oolong type taste and a little bit of green. It’s earthy – almost hippie-like. Fitting, I suppose because the Rainbow people are in my neck of the woods for about a month.

This is ok…not AWESOME or in my 90-100 percentile but decent!

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Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of this tea.

This is really good. Before reading anything about it, by the look of it I assumed it was a black tea and brewed it the way I’d brew a black tea. Fortunately, if there is any green tea or Oolong tea in there, I don’t get any taste in this cup that indicates that I scorched the leaves, so that is good.

I definitely taste black tea – but a lighter black, perhaps a Ceylon or a Darjeeling, but, I am not detecting any of that muscatel that would indicate to me that it is definitely a Darjeeling. I also taste a toasty flavor in there – possibly a roasted Oolong or a Kukicha? There is earthiness to the cup, and a fruit note.

Overall, a very pleasant cup that is keeping me guessing. But I like that!

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this special mixed is good as a basis for ‘milk tea’ blends.
I often blend it with an Assam and a ctc like red label or Taylor’s gold
I settled on this for it’s chocolate notes.

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