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Cardboard, Honey, Malt, Tea
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190 °F / 87 °C 2 min, 15 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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It’s how the English wake up and warm up on that cold, rainy, sceptered isle. Our original recipe combines Darjeeling and Bogawantalawa Estate teas to produce a balanced cup with medium body and brisk flavor. A perfect accompaniment to your morning meal, try it with a spot of milk.

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735 tasting notes

Another sachet pilfered from the hotel room by the other half for me.

This tea is unexpectedly sweet! It tastes very fresh, even though it’s only a teabag. Very full-bodied and packed with flavor. It brews a nice rich brown color, and its mouthfeel is surprisingly thick and savory.

I only wish I had more than two of these…

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Classic breakfast tea… however I had this at night, which ruined my stomach and ability to sleep. Other than that with a “spot of milk” this tea was truly a delight. Good staple, probably really fun to experiment with in blends. Just a thought.

195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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It’s a teabag from a hotel room, and it looks like that’s how most people have experienced this tea.

I had to evacuate from my home in Boulder Creek because of the fires. Tonight is my last night staying in the hotel, and I’m finally trying the teabags. The hint of cardboard flavor might be because I microwaved the water in a paper cup. For a basic bagged English breakfast, it’s pretty good.

I tried adding a little vanilla almond milk, but I don’t recommend it. It didn’t mesh well, just tastes kind of weak.

Before I drank the second steep, I had some Moroccan garbanzo beans. The spices left in my mouth totally overwhelmed the flavor, and it tastes a bit like chai now. Which isn’t bad, LOL. But that doesn’t say much about the tea, other than that it pairs well with the food.

Flavors: Cardboard, Honey, Malt, Tea

205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
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Boo for having to microwave water and drink from a paper cup, and yaaaay to getting to go home to your normal tea stuff! I will miss you when you lose your Internet, though. Hope it isn’t for too long before we can have Zoom tea again. :-)

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Todd, I hope your home is intact. Glad you are safe.


Zoom tea won’t be too far off, even if it has to be in my car somewhere with signal, LOL. Thanks! The house is fine. We’ve been back there already. Just no power or internets, and questionable water that’s only trusted for flushing the toilet till it’s checked out.


I’m glad you are getting to go home.

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101 tasting notes

A basic english breakfast. It’s serviceable but a bit thin and nothing special.

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564 tasting notes

Well, I’m at the hotel! They had bags of this so I decided I might as well try it. The coffeemaker in the room isn’t what I’m used to so I can’t be sure about the temperature, but this isn’t too bad for a breakfast tea. There’s a strong honey flavor to it that I really like. There’s a little bit of bitterness but it’s not bad enough to stop me from finishing the cup. Not bad, hotel!


Yes! Hotel tea bags!

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A good light black tea. With a a little honey and milk it makes a great latte.

165 °F / 73 °C 0 min, 45 sec

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