This is a a variation on a breakfast tea and is quite good in that role. However, it could be finicky to zone in on the best cup. A little too long and it went bitter. Too short and it wasn’t bold enough. A little experimentation got me to between 3:15 and 3:30 for my best cup. It does have a touch of nuttiness in the aroma and a hint of caramel. One of Hillybilly Tea’s most popular blends. It takes milk and/or sugar well while also standing quite well on its own. If you like black teas, this one probably won’t get shoved to the back of your tea cabinet and forgotten. Worth trying.