drank Royal English Breakfast by Teavana
139 tasting notes

I had this black tea to work yesterday. I hadn’t drank it in a long while, and it was nice to taste that smooth, full-bodied flavour of this English breakfast blend. When I say smooth, I mean velvety. It doesn’t have an overpowering black tea bitterness or astringency, but is very satisfactory to drink.

Also, I tried the rest of my White Pearl of Fuijan this morning iced. I had not added any rock sugar to it while it was hot, and today it was predominantly bitter. Had to get rid of it.

On a side note… I realized my Argonian name would be Sips-Her-Tea.

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