The Root of All Evil Tea
The Root of All Evil- Sip this black tea and this blend of roots will tease out the root of a problem. This blend features lemongrass and roots like licorice root, ginger root and flavors like black pepper, cocoa, and molasses to help you find out the truth of the matter and the root of the problem.
Tasting Notes: Black tea from the Yunnan province of China adds a peppery note and a cocoa finish that pairs well with the ginger root and makes even the smallest amount of sugar taste sweeter. The lemongrass and licorice root pair well for a grounding tea that lends itself to introspection. It's a very forgiving tea that won't get bitter if oversteeped.
Blended with: Yunnan Black tea, lemongrass, ginger root, licorice root, peppermint, safflower, blue cornflowers.
Suggested Brewing Time and Temperature: This black tea brews best between Steep at 212° for 3-5 minutes.
Presented in a 6 fl oz tin roughly 14-15 cups of tea. Presented in a 16 fl oz tin, roughly 40 cups of tea depending on preparation strength. Remember, don't try to make your tea stronger by steeping it longer, it'll get a bitter taste. Instead, increase the amount of tea you're using. Don't worry, you can always re-steep the leaves. The general rule is a heaping teaspoon for each teacup you’re brewing. If you’re using a larger mug, increase the tea too.