Morning Tea

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  • “Finally something sensible! December 16th’s tea. I decided to put yesterday’s satchets with the tin of it that I already had. This! This is far more me than most of the things I’ve had in the...” Read full tasting note
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The oldest and most sold tea in our shop. Strong, full body English breakfast tea of Assam and Ceylon. Excellent for breakfast lunch or Brunch. Also very good with milk. 6 minutes

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Finally something sensible! December 16th’s tea. I decided to put yesterday’s satchets with the tin of it that I already had.

This! This is far more me than most of the things I’ve had in the calendar so far (apart of course from the wonderful Panyong.), and the stuff I hoped I’d find. Next year I might get the Christmas calendar from Simply Tea which costs the tip of a jet, but is all unflavoured things. We’ll see.

Anyway, I think I’m putting this under the correct heading. The satchets say breakfast tea, and it does indeed taste like Assam and Ceylon, so this is where I’m putting it. Apparently this is the oldest blend in their repertoire.

It’s strong and flavourful and with a great deal of raisin and honey notes to it. I’m enjoying this very much and it’s just the thing to have before making dinner (I’m famished) and after a round of Parcel Bingo with the Danish postal service, in which I came to pick up a parcel and went home with a totally different parcel (also for me, so no catastrophe there) which I didn’t even know had arrived yet. I shall have to go back and have another crack at getting the first parcel tomorrow. Ordering Christmas presents online is easier in the moment of shopping. Not so much when trying to keep track of which parcels have arrived and how many are still outstanding…

Fjellrev

Oh yeah, keeping up with xmas parcels can get a little crazy. It also seems never-ending!

Cheri

I know exactly what you mean about keeping up with the incoming packages.

Angrboda

And the queues! I waited 20 minutes yesterday for my turn when sending a parcel to the UK.

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