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Black Tea
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Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 4 g 10 oz / 300 ml

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  • “Update: So I’ve been using this for cold brewed tea, and it’s actually really nice this way. I think the mildness works well for this and the tea can steep as long as the jug lasts. I’ve been...” Read full tasting note

From Dammann Freres

The three main tea producers of Ceylon, India and China are combined here in stunning harmony. The Chinese tea adds a touch of sweetness to this blend, meaning it can be enjoyed at any time of the day.

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Update: So I’ve been using this for cold brewed tea, and it’s actually really nice this way. I think the mildness works well for this and the tea can steep as long as the jug lasts. I’ve been adding a bit of Turkish Apple tea powder (grains? granules?) from T2Tea with it, and the combo makes a tasty, refreshing cold drink that doesn’t get tiresome. Silver linings!

Speaking of which, I picked up the stainless steel tumbler I use for cold drinks today, took a sip, and was suddenly very confused. “What?? Why is this tea so flavorless?!” Well, because it was water. The same thing I’ve been drinking every day throughout the day and with every meal my whole damn life.

Tea. People think it’s so polite and dainty, but it’s sly, it’s tenacious, and it’s taking over.

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