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This typical "breakfast" style black tea is noted for its strength and body with hearty, malty flavors that take milk well.
With its origin from Assam, India, this black tea has a caffeine level that is moderate.
For best brewing results: use 1 level teaspoon of tea, add water at 212 degree temperature and steep for 4 minutes.
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