“Lupicia’s description is spot on. It’s a very straight forward, pretty basic black tea. It brews very quickly but lacks complexity. Didn’t have any strong feelings negative or positive about this...” Read full tasting note
“Brew briskly, taste briskly, love briskly. Actually, I don’t really love it. Don’t hate it but I find it to be somewhat bland. Briskly bland. It is a CTC blend so it’s not wonder that there is a...” Read full tasting note
“Holy briskness, Batman! Lupicia really nailed their description of this: brisk and earthy. It is certainly not for me but those who like this sort of thing may enjoy it.” Read full tasting note
A blend of CTC African black tea with a brisk and earthy aftertaste.
Steep in boiling water for 1-2 minutes.
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Brew briskly, taste briskly, love briskly. Actually, I don’t really love it. Don’t hate it but I find it to be somewhat bland. Briskly bland. It is a CTC blend so it’s not wonder that there is a loss of flavor. For those who don’t know CTC means cut-tear-curl (or crush-tear-curl) as apart of processing the majority of many commercial tea leaves . Anyway, I can see this is a good tea for those who like to add milk. In fact, I’ll add some right now to see what happens. Ok Milk has been added. Still has that weird citrusy after taste and mouth feel. However, it does help cut down on the briskness and adds a touch of honey flavor to it.