All Father Tea
Tasting Notes: This is warm and peaty reminiscent of the delicate flavor of an expensive pipe. The pine fire these leaves were dried over imparts a sweet and pine fire flavor. No artificial flavors.
Suggested Brewing Time and Temperature: This black tea brews best between 210 degrees for 2-3 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 resteep 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.
"This is my absolute favorite! Campfire in my mouth" Payton S.
"Excellent tea. The aroma is smoky dark layered over fine tea leaves. Hits the palate with slightly spicy black tea, finishes with sweet smoke. Lapsang Souchong is a favorite of mine, and this is a fine example. Blackthorn Hoodoo Blends never disappoint. Thank you!"
- Sarah V.