How i got it: Got a bag from my parents’ house
Experience: Another Te Supremo blend to make a break in my journey through their assorted flavors pack. This one has a nice, medium intensity, well defined aroma that is very close to the classic Ceylon. On the flavor side, it has a smooth, relatively well defined, mild-permanence taste. One of its few downsides is in this last area, where i wish it could have the vibrance or character of Lipton’s Yellow Label, for example. However, while its similar to its brother Express Ceylon, it doesn’t have those unusual acidic notes, which makes it more enjoyable. Average, maybe a bit above.
Would i buy it?: In this category (the everyday black tea) , Yellow Label still reigns almost unchallenged, but this could do as an emergency substitute.