Review: Baily Tea USA Pure Ceylon OP

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Thumbs up!"Primarily fruity with sweet cocoa undertones; this tea satisfied my craving for a good cup of Ceylon ."
Vanessa’s Teaview: 7.5/10
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As I write this review, I am having difficulty finding any online information, other than a Facebook page, about this new-to-me company known as Baily Tea USA. Therefore, I could not do any research on this particular tea, and nor can I provide any information on how to go about acquiring this product. Regardless, I have been craving a good cup of Ceylon lately and, luckily for me, this tea satisfied my craving. My sample of this tea consists of very long and loosely curled tea leaves. The dry leaves have a wonderful aroma that has elements of cocoa and of baking bread. I brewed the tea in boiling water with a three-minute infusion. The tea is dark reddish-brown in color with a cheery almost-lemony aroma. This is a pleasant cup of tea; not too heavy, not too dilute, but with enough flavor and oomph to make it an ideal breakfast brew. The flavor is primarily fruity with sweet cocoa undertones. The bread-like element I picked up in the dry leaf aroma was not quite noticeable in the brewed tea. Still, this has a nice brisk quality and is something I could see being a good canddate for an everyday brew. I did not add milk or sugar to this tea, but I suppose it is sturdy enough to take these being added to it. I tried this tea as a hot drink as well as an iced tea, and while both were enjoyable I preferred this one as a hot tea, as I noticed that the flavor became a little flat when the tea was cold. While not the most notable Ceylon I have ever had, this is a good offering and one I would happily drink again.
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