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Thai Black

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This Thai tea has been blended to replicate delicious Thai restaurant tea at home with black tea, honeybush, apple pieces, notes of coconut, cardamom and vanilla.  An easy way to add something refreshingly exotic to your day. To tickle your taste buds with an authentic experience, prepare your own traditional Thai Iced Tea by pouring the freshly brewed tea over ice and top it off with your choice of sweetened condensed milk or coconut milk. One sip, and you will feel as though you've been transported straight to the streets of Bangkok.

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    When people talk generally of tea in Western culture, they’re often referring to black tea. Sun tea, sweet tea, iced tea, afternoon tea…these well-known categories of tea are typically made using black tea. Even the popular English Breakfast and Earl Grey blends are made from black tea leaves. This is in contrast to Eastern culture—in countries like China and Japan—where tea typically refers to green tea.

     

    Black teas are typically brewed for longer periods of time and in hotter temperatures than green teas. Generally, this is somewhere between 200 and 212 degrees for 3 to 5 minutes.

     

    Using about 2 grams (1 teaspoon) of loose leaf tea per 8 oz. cup of water is a safe bet. 

     

    Always start with fresh, pure, cold filtered water when you brewing tea. Spring water is the best. 

     

    Cover your tea while it steeps to keep all the heat in the steeping vessel.

     

    Don’t oversteep your tea! The longer your tea steeps, the more quickly it will release any bitterness and astringency. Taste your tea after the recommended steeping time and then decide if you’d like it to steep a little longer.

     

    Most high-quality loose leaf black teas can be steeped multiple times.

Up to 12 oz only.

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