Decaffeinated Black Tea

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Rating

51 / 100

Calculated from 3 Ratings
Tea type
Black Tea
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Typical Preparation
Set water temperature to Boiling
Steep for 3 min, 30 sec
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8 Tasting Notes View all

“Intensely mediocre, with little flavor. The girlfriend complained that it didn’t just taste bland, but it was actively bad. I finished my cup, she didn’t finish hers. I didn’t think it was quite so...” Read full tasting note
“Note to self: Honey makes this one drinkable. Still bland, but at least I will be able to finish the box.” Read full tasting note
“Unappealing. After the decaffeination process, there is little flavour left. It is muddy and brownish with a dull, nondescript taste. With milk, it is thin, watery and greyish. Chemical residues...” Read full tasting note
“Cortisone shot in a shoulder with a messed up rotator cuff. Doc said a possible side effect might be a little insomnia tonight. Right now, I’m so beat, I can’t see how that can possibly be an...” Read full tasting note

Description

For tea lovers with concerns about caffeine we offer Red Rose Naturally Decaffeinated tea bags. Red Rose is decaffeinated using the natural EA process and once brewed produces a bright, pleasant cup of tea.

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