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Briskness Body Aroma
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Our Review
East Frisia consumes large quantities of tea, so they are large customers for tea merchants. This blend was passed onto us by Bernd Wulf, thus its nickname is "Bernd's Blend."
Dry Leaves The lighter leaves of Darjeeling and Ceylon bring some color to the darker Assam leaves.
Liquor The liquor is dark brown with a reddish hue.
Aroma The aroma is muted with hints of malt, and citrus.
Caffeine Level Caffeinated
Body This is on of the most full bodied tea that we offer. The East Frisians like to thicken it by adding cream.
Flavors The East Frisians use the muted tea flavors as a canvas for the cream and rock sugar that they add.
Brewing Time 4 to 5 minutes
Brewing Temperature 212° F

East Frisian

Cold, wet, and dreary, Germany's North Sea coast (East Frisia) is the ideal spot to drink hot tea. And the East Frisians do! They consume more black tea than anyone else in the world.
Cold, wet, and dreary, Germany's North Sea coast (East Frisia) is the ideal spot to drink hot tea. And the East Frisians do! They consume more black tea than anyone else in the world.
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East Frisian - loose tea sample
SKU: 49008-080
$2.00
East Frisian - loose 4 oz tin
SKU: 44216
$6.50
East Frisian - loose 8 oz tin
SKU: 48033
$12.00
East Frisian - loose 1 lb bag
SKU: 41623
$20.00

Quick Overview

Cold, wet, and dreary, Germany's North Sea coast (East Frisia) is the ideal spot to drink hot tea. And the East Frisians do! They consume more black tea than anyone else in the world.

Customer Reviews

bart

1/27/15

the best
Average Review:

My wife and I drink a lot of black tea and have tried out many kinds, straight and flavored. Overall, this is the best tea because it convinces in every aspect, including its smell.

Nora

11/13/14

It's the best on a cold day
Average Review:

I had this tea in Germany and was thrilled when I found it here.

Shannon

6/11/14

A wonderful winter tea
Average Review:

We live in Canada, and winters can be pretty cold (this last one having a lot of snow right through the beginning of the year) I bought this tea along with the Scottish Morning to figure out which strong cup we preferred, and while I do think the Scottish morn is a little stronger, and therefore the go-to for most mornings, I do really enjoy the Frisian blend as well. This one definitely seems to taste the best with milk and/or sugar, and the description provided is accurate. Very enjoyable, especially when the weather is cold and wet!

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