Review: Culinary Teas Queen Mary Tea

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Thumbs up!"t brews up a dark coppery color with a sweet, malty scent. The flavor is very smooth and I found no acidity in the aftertaste. It has a light natural sweetness with a malty undertone and it takes both milk and sugar if desired."
Melanie’s Teaview: 9.8/10
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I love visiting Culinary Teas website. It may not look as high class as some websites, but it is so well organized and easy to navigate. They have a great selection of teas, and their categories make it easy to find just what you are looking for, or easy to browse for a new tea of the type you like best (black, green, white, flavored etc).

I also really appreciate each tea listing. It has a nice picture that I find very accurate, a review from a customer and a short but reliable description - with a link to a much more detailed description. When I find a tea I like, I click this link and suddenly I find a great amount of information : Country of Origin, Region, Shipping Port, Grade, Altitude, and lots more! They also include detailed information about the tea and brewing instructions.

It was fun to read about this Queen Mary Tea. Named after the famous ocean liner the "Queen Mary", this tea embraces all of the elegance and romance that encircles the history of this great ship. I encourage you to visit the website to read the history of the Queen Mary, once known as the worlds largest and fastest ocean liner. She served as a troop carrier in WWII and Culinary Teas has designed this tea with her great history and stateliness in mind!

Queen Mary Tea is an unusually blend of Assam,Colombo, Mombasa teas. These teas come from ndia, Sri Lanka, Kenya. What a fun blend of black teas!

It brews up a dark coppery color with a sweet, malty scent. The flavor is very smooth and I found no acidity in the aftertaste. It has a light natural sweetness with a malty undertone and it takes both milk and sugar if desired.

This is a perfect breakfast tea. I found that if you prefer a lighter tea, you can steep it for 3-5 minutes, but if you want a stronger tea, you can use a bit more tea and steep it as long as 7 minutes without it getting bitter.

This tea is one of the best black blend I've tasted and I'm thrilled to have found it.

— To purchase Culinary Teas Queen Mary Tea, or for more specific information on ingredients or the story behind this particular tea, click here to go directly to the manufacturer's web site.

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