The first tea I tried in a big box I just got from What-Cha as a birthday present.

Not bad. I wanted to try this as sort of an everyday drinker black tea similar to one from India. I didn’t brew it strong enough — I’d say it needs about 2 tsp. per cup.

I’m not sure if I tried tea from Kenya before. I’d say it stands up fine to any solid malty black.

Flavors: Fruity, Malt, Smooth

Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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I drink black and oolong teas — and am trying to learn a little about puerh these days. I’m in it for the taste, not the appropriated Eastern mysticism. Not so good at keeping my cupboard up to date, let alone making a tea spreadsheet. I don’t really do sipdown reviews because then I’d be judging the tea based on the dust at the bottom of the bag. I think it’s nifty that there are tens of thousands of options involving just this one plant leaf.


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