|"The liquor is a gorgeous golden hue, the flavor is round and smooth, slightly nutty with the characteristic tang of black tea"|
I decided to try this tea on a day when I was feeling a bit down and wanted to change my perspective. Though the site doesn't explain why this blend is called bright world, the golden color of the steeped tea could have something to do with it. The dry leaves smell a bit like pipe tobacco, light and slightly nutty.
I followed the directions and added 1 tsp of tea per 8 oz of water and let the tea steep for 4 minutes. I drank my tea without any additives, though I think a splash of milk would do this tea good. As I mentioned previously, the liquor is a gorgeous golden hue, the flavor is round and smooth, slightly nutty with the characteristic tang of black tea. I seriously enjoyed this tea and look forward to having a few more cups.
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