tasty tea Review by Gordon
A nice breakfast tea although could maybe be a bit stronger so I tend to drink it in the afternoons.
Great though and good with milk! So much better than the rubbish in a teabag!! (Posted on 13/06/2013)
Add 3g of tea to a teapot and steep with boiling water. Steep for 4-7 minutes according to taste. Can be re-steeped.
"I think the best breakfast blends have a more pure tea taste without a discernible foreground flavor. This tea fits in that category."
Reviewed by Melanie on teaviews.com
"The aroma of the dry leaf is earthy and sweet, with hints of leather and a very subtle note of fruit in the distance. The fragrance of the brewed tea has much of the same qualities, although I notice that the sweetness takes on a caramel-y sort of scent.
The flavor is bold yet it has an uplifting briskness to it. It’s very invigorating without tasting too heavy. It is sweet with subtle notes of malt that meld nicely with the caramel undertone. The flavor is rich and has a sort of “bake-y” quality that is reminiscent of freshly baked bread. I notice a great deal of complexity within this “baked bread” kind of flavor … I notice a roasted kind of flavor that gives off an almost “smoky” kind of essence. It is faint, but it’s there … I also notice earthy notes.
By mid-cup, I start to notice a fruity taste start to develop. It is somewhat citrus-y, and I pick up on this flavor toward the finish and it lingers into the aftertaste.
This is a very pleasant Breakfast Blend! I really enjoyed it."
Reviewed by www.sororiteasisters.com
"I take a sip and I am instantly joyed with the full-bodied malty, refreshing flavour. This tea reminds me of my first cup of English tea which was very flavour some.
If you are looking for a suitable everyday tea then this certainly is worth a try, like I said its light, malty, refreshing and a tad smokey."
Reviewed by www.teareviewblog.com
"This was pretty good. It was of medium-strong strength. There were woodsy notes as well as a mild ‘caravan’ like flavor underneath, too. A little brash but not overly.
Heavier black tea flavor in the middle of the sip. My favorite part of the sip is this middle part! Dandy!"
Reviewed by TeaEqualsBliss on www.steepster.com
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|Time of day:||Morning|