Steeping black tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 3-5 minutes.
Fine decaffeinated black tea from Assam, Ceylon, Darjeeling and Africa
Country of Origin
Assam, Ceyon, Kenya
What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
Not Much Flavor
October 03, 2012
I'll try doubling the amount of tea leaves I use, because there is just very little flavor in the cups I've had so far. I have mixed with a teaspoon of regular black tea, to up the flavor, but there are times I don't want the caffeine. So far I'm not overwhelmed with this one, but I bought a big bag of loose leaf tea, so maybe I'll come upon a more satisfying way to brew it after more experimentation.
A Habbit Saver
July 17, 2012
Redondo Beach, CA
I am a lover of the strong black loose leaf teas. I make my tea very dark because I love the taste. However, I try to cut back on my caffeine. For this reason I "half-caff" my morning tea so I can drink a couple of cups. A loose leaf decaf is a necessity. Unfortunately, decaf, black, loose leaf tea is tough to find. I'm GRATEFUL for this product. This is the only place I know to purchase it. Besides, the delivery is quick and efficient!
Tasty but ...
March 13, 2012
As decaffeinated teas go, this one is pretty good. Unfortunately, the decaffeinated teas just never taste as good as the caffeinated ones. To me it just lacks briskness and body. Still, if you must limit your caffeine, this option is tastier than many I've tried.
January 25, 2012
I always have a picher of ice tea on hand, but as you know the only way for good ice tea is to brew it first. This is the first time I have tried de-calf and no one knows ,except me, it doesn't keep me up at night