Highland Black Tea is a robust black tea blend with smoky and earthy notes, with malt accents. Recalls a smoky scotch, hence the name. The blend includes ripe pu-erh tea, Chinese black tea and Assam tea.
INGREDIENTS: Organic pu-erh tea, organic Chinese black tea, organic Indian black tea
1 tsp per 8 oz cup
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This tea is delicious and super smokey--a friend of mine described it as tasting rather a bit like campfire, and I don't think they're wrong. If that's to your liking (which might sound odd, but it definitely was to mine), then you'll absolutely love this tea ... if not, or if you're not sure, try starting with a small quantity and decide if you want to work up from there(?). ps. I've enjoyed it plain, with a little bit of milk, with sweetener (and with a combination of milk and sweetener ... this last wasn't my favorite, but the other add-ins were good!).
It was smooth and very Smokey in flavor, just as described. A little too bold for my taste.
A real gem in the South Wedge. If you aren't a tea drinker, try out a black tea or pur-eh and maybe put it on ice with a little milk. Like an iced coffee but better in so many ways. If you like scotch, try their Highland Black, which has an incredible smoky taste. Very peaceful, interesting space.
Thank you Nina for your kind words and great suggestions for fellow tea drinkers!