Black Tea

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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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Black tea, a completely fermented tea, is the world’s most popular tea. When brewed, it produces a rich red color and strong flavor. It can be enjoyed either hot or cold and served with lemon, sugar, or cream. Black tea is the most common tea served in American restaurants as ice tea.

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Since I can’t seem to get good information on steeps longer than 5 minutes, I’m going to switch teas. At 3:30 the Ten Ren is definitely astringent and smoky, but not bitter at all. I’m not sure if the body is full, but its definitely not light. Either the tea is mellow, or I am. Maybe tomorrow I’ll get myself stressed out and try again.

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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Basically what really happens. As I mentioned in my last post about the Assam, After 5 minutes, the tea has cooled down far enough that it doesn’t really keep steeping. So I’m stopping my tests at 5 minutes.


You could use a tea cozy. I’ve also heard cast iron keeps water hot for quite a while.

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I needed some quick tea and caffeine, so this bagged tea did the trick this morning. It was pretty smooth and not bitter for a tea bag. Not so complex in the flavor department, but gave me what I was looking for.

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Nothing special. They need a “meh” option between the thumbs up and thumbs down.


When you don’t select either thumbs up or thumbs down it automatically gives you a ‘null’ vote.

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