English Breakfast

Tea type
Black Tea
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Flavors
Earth, Bitter
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Boiling 4 min, 30 sec 9 oz / 266 ml

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From Tetley

Brisk flavor and amber colored, this blend combines full-bodied teas from around the world to create a rich, robust tea smooth enough to drink any time of the day.

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Solid sturdy English Breakfast, which is exactly what English Breakfast needs to be IMHO.

Flavors: Earth

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Well, I was going to save Tasting Note #2000 for something extraordinary, but as I have a few minutes to share What One Learns From Steepster After This Many Tasting Notes, I’ll just make my observation about this humble and tasty little English Breakfast #1 on the list:

1. Sometimes the ordinary stuff is just as satisfying as the not-so-ordinary stuff. Sometimes even more.
2. I fritter away far too much time online.
3. Everybody needs a stash of solid, no-frills, can’t-ruin-it tea that requires absolutely no brains to steep.
4. Steepster people, you are fascinating, kind, creative, funny, insightful, well-read, and great fun to hang around. I have never (not counting spam) had an unpleasant or unkind encounter here.
5. Rating and reviewing tea scientifically is beyond me. I rely on weather and whimsy. You precise and consistent people amaze me.

Count your blessings, friends. A good cup of tea is one of them, but daily you are surrounded by ones that matter more.

looseTman

2000!!! Congratulations!!!
“4. Steepster people, you are fascinating, kind, creative, funny, insightful, well-read, and great fun to hang around.”
And so are You!

Rosehips

Hear hear to all of your Steepster points! And congrats on 2000 notes!

Evol Ving Ness

Congratulations! I for one am delighted that you are here among us.

CrowKettle

Congratulations! I relate wholeheartedly to your list. English Breakfast is a worthy #2000 tea :)

mrmopar

Way to go! We are fortunate to have good people on here every day. Count yourself in the fold.

Atacdad

“5. Rating and reviewing tea scientifically is beyond me. I rely on weather and whimsy. You precise and consistent people amaze me.”
Don’t ever change! I’ll take your whimsy over someones “mushroom croquette” analogy any day.

gmathis

Mushroom croquette—sounds like something pixies would play with mallets and wickets :)

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112 tasting notes

After only steeping for 3 minutes it was already too bitter for my liking.

Flavors: Bitter

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 9 OZ / 266 ML

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359 tasting notes

After a recent experience with a Lipton teabag, maybe I am overrating this. Or maybe not. because for a tea which sells basically in every supermarket for about 1.50€ for 30 teabags (or half price if you see a discount) this really is incredibly nice. I was planning to have it with milk, and was careless with brewing it, but it survived and took milk incredibly well.

I am quite flabbergasted at how nice this cheap teabag turned out to be. But very happy at the result! Stocking this up for sure, for those moments where teabags are convenient, though these not quite fit all my criteria not being individually wrapped (they would not be this price if they were, though!)

Preparation
Boiling 6 min, 0 sec
Ysaurella

not expensive at all in portugal…2,30 € minimum here :)
Tetley is not bad you’re right Teresa

cteresa

It gets worse even, a supermarket had a promotion this week, it is 69 cents for 30 teabags, that is about 2 cents per bag. I got to pick up a bag for my own!
this was tea, real tea, and a pretty nice breakfast tea bag, just very happy with it.

K S

I don’t know if the Americanized version is the same but this is what I use when I just want simple iced tea. Quite nice and far more full flavored than Lipton.

cteresa

K S might be the same, Tetley seems to have a relatively simple (at least compared to Lipton lineup). Though the pic on this does not quite match my product, mine it´s a foil bag with a zipper with 30 round no-string bags. And iced tea, hmm with a lot of (real) lemon, now that is a good idea now that it seems Spring has arrived with a bang!

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