King's Tea No. 1

Tea type
Black Fruit Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Black Teas, Citrus Peel, Mint, Natural Lime Flavor
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Edit tea info Last updated by Martin Bednář
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 300 oz / 8872 ml

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  • “2023 sipdown no. 123 Thank you Martin for this tea and for some tasty and easy sipdowns throughout December! This one almost has a pu’erh scent — it’s earthy/swampy to my nose. The base seems to be...” Read full tasting note
  • “This is another tea bought for TTB, but it didn’t make it there. I hope that people after me will find other teas from me which they will like. I bought it in a variety box, so I have now only 3...” Read full tasting note
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Ceylon, Kenyan, Tanzanian black tea blend with kaffir lime flavour, mint and citrus zest.

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2023 sipdown no. 123

Thank you Martin for this tea and for some tasty and easy sipdowns throughout December!

This one almost has a pu’erh scent — it’s earthy/swampy to my nose. The base seems to be a mix of black teas, so not sure why I’m getting that. The taste isn’t pu’erh, which I’m grateful for. There are hints of lime, but something about the base (perhaps the mix of 3 teas) just isn’t hitting right. I expected more of a robust lime flavour, but that’s not coming through.

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This is another tea bought for TTB, but it didn’t make it there. I hope that people after me will find other teas from me which they will like.

I bought it in a variety box, so I have now only 3 tea bags left (from 5) and well, after first one I was thinking it’s fine but nothing special and after today cup, I think it’s nice flavour that could be done better.

The blend of Kenyan, Ceylon and Tanzanian black tea is quite strong and robust, but tastes flat. The kaffir lime smells nice, but isn’t contributing much to flavour. And mit is probably just a spearmint, as there isn’t much menthol taste and sadly it tastes a bit stale.

Harumph!

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 300 OZ / 8872 ML

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