3 Tasting Notes


Definitely a darker note to this tea. A little malty or earthy. Good for starting the day off with a mild kick.

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Very pleasant. My mother, who drinks nothing but Lipton’s orange pekoe, took a sip and declared that it was something she could drink as well.

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When your morning (or day) needs a kickstart, this is the perfect tea. I brew a pot of it, usually—3 bags—and let it steep. I’ve found that if you drink it right away, the bitterness is a bit too strong. But if you let it sit for five or ten minutes, it mellows into a very pleasant tea with notes of wood or bark and smoke. Not for everyone, of course, and not even for every morning—I honestly think that too much of this stuff could make your heart explode—but for those long days that you’re just dreading, or too tired to even think about? This tea will get you through.

Flavors: Dark Wood, Smoke

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