Black Magic Tea
‘White Magic is poetry, Black Magic is anything that actually works’. -Victor Anderson
This Ceylon black tea has nothing up its sleeve, just a clean pure black tea with notes of grapefruit and mandarin It comes straight from the Kenilworth Estate with an eye on bringing you the oomph you need to get things done during the day.
Tasting Notes: Hints of mandarin and grapefruit whispering through a bold black tea.
Suggested Brewing Time and Temperature: This black tea brews best between 195-210 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.
"Black Magic Tea. Crisp without being bitter, clean without being boring. A phantom of citrus and a kiss of mystery opens up as this blend brews. From the fabulous color, to the rich aroma. Its a tea for dreaming secret dreams and working delicious magics." -Julie B.
"Black Magic: This beautifully unflavored Ceylon black tea is perfect forthe tea purist, and playful enough for the beginning tea drinker. It's light citrus notes of mandarin and grapefruit are magic in the morning or for an afternoon pick-me-up. Fantastic with milk, delightfully bold without." -Rommy D.
"Im drinking some of this right now and its beyond lovely, right up to my elbows in awesome! It is soooooo delicious!! I can definitely taste the subtle grapefuit notes and it is lovely to drink British style! Honestly, its perfect." - Kristin H.