Did you know that in most Asian languages black tea is classified as red tea? In my opinion, you can be black, white, red or yellow just as long as you’re good! I make absolutely no discrimination against Korean Boseong Red Tea by Teas Unique as it is not only good but also smooth to the taste.
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Korean Boseong Red Tea by Teas Unique is definitely not one of the darkest black teas that I have steeped. It being a lightly oxidized tea plays a big part in its translucent caramel hue.
Korean Boseong Red Tea by Teas Unique smells like a quality fresh red tea. Sweet caramel fills the air when the kettle water touches the leaves.
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Without 2 teaspoons of honey, Korean Boseong Red Tea by Teas Unique tastes like a light but full bodied black tea; heavy but not malty or astringent. A sweet caramel aftertaste lingers well after each sip.
With 2 teaspoons of honey, Korean Boseong Red Tea by Teas Unique tastes exactly like it does without honey except the flavors are accentuated. Such a fresh and high quality black tea puts me in the mood for chilled summer sips.
I am absolutely sipping Korean Boseong Red Tea chilled this summer and I may blend it with some other herbs. Who needs warm tea when I have this super fluffy and cozy jacket? (lol)
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Do you prefer to say red tea or black tea? Why?