English Breakfast

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From The Boston Tea Company

Filled with a classically rich flavor, you’ll want to keep this premium blend of estate high-grown black tea from China and India close by your side.

Ingredients: Premium blend of Chinese & Indian black teas.

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1965 tasting notes

Had the bagged version this morning: smooth, strong, pleasant, and not finicky. Quite welcome during these hectic days as we prepare for what my mom would have called her “homegoing.” Amazing, the number of bizarre and random errands that become necessary at a time like this. My Emily Dickinson is not letter perfect, so apologies; but she had it spot on:

The bustle in a house
the morning after death
is the solemnest activity
enacted upon earth.
The sweeping up the heart
and putting love away
we shall not want to use again
until Eternity.


Nothing to add…just hugs.


hugs here as well


Thank you—I’ve been blessed with a bevy of friends (online and otherwise) who have listened patiently and responded with encouragement!

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6770 tasting notes

This doesn’t have much scent but it’s fairly bold in taste for a bagged tea. It’s not drastically bold but I’d say Medium to Medium Strong. Tastes a little lemony but it doesn’t have lemon in the ingredients…hum…

Not bad.

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197 tasting notes

I had this as a loose tea and I thought it was excellent. Deep and strong and winey, with the barest tiniest whiff of cherry and smoke, quite possibly from Keemun tea, as that is usually a component of English Breakfast, along with an Indian tea, usually Assam.

Boiling 4 min, 30 sec

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634 tasting notes

“Office is busy.” Umm, what? Since when does Microsoft control when I open Word on my computer? That’s incredibly creepy. So, I’m drafting this note in Notepad before posting it. Ugh. Notepad sucks. This is one looooooooooong horizontal line. Makes proofreading pretty difficult and kind of defeats the purpose of drafting the note before posting it in the first place.

Anyway, this tea is super weak. The aroma smells like a Ceylon, but the flavor is nearly tasteless. Maybe it would be better if it was fresher and brewed longer. Currently, it’s like drinking warm water with a tablespoon of tea in it. So, this is a bust all around. Stupid Microsoft and stupid tea. :(

Boiling 2 min, 30 sec

Lol! Bummer all around.


Format: check mark Word Wrap, should solve the notepad problem. The Office one is strange. Open task manager and see if Office shows up. Kill the program there and reopen. If that doesn’t work – shutdown and restart.


KS, you are my savior! I had no idea you could select Word Wrap in Notepad!

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168 tasting notes

For a bagged tea it is not too bad, but is low on flavour and no body and not much aroma.

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