Finally! Some decent tea bag.

I was in mood for black tea, but somehow lazy to brew loose leaf. So I picked this one, although bit nervous because their teas were okay mostly.

This one is not great either, to be honest, but certainly one of the best from Ridgways I had. Dry bag aroma is okay mostly, nothing distinctive, but nothing worrysome.

When brewed and steeped, some notes started to appear. I guess it is mostly malt, bit of stonefruits and mostly – and appeared in taste, cherry wood (and general wood) flavour. It was, honestly, surprising to notice cherries in my cup. As it cools down more generic wood was present, but it wasn’t something to avoid. Maybe I would not call it English Breakfast, but overall, it is interesting – and nice, blend.

Flavors: Cherry Wood, Malt, Stonefruit, Wood

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 30 sec 10 OZ / 300 ML

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I am drinking almost everything. Tea bag collector who moved to wonderful world of loose leaf.

Trying to rate differently tea bags and loose leaf as tea bags have usually worse quality.

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Buried in tea right now. Is in my cupboard (trying to be updated) which sparkled your interest? Write me, I would gladly share with you. But I don’t want anything in return now :)


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