King Cole Orange Pekoe Loose Tea 1 Pound (Best By Mar 2019)

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King Cole Orange Pekoe Loose Tea in 454 Gram/1 pound package.
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King Cole Tea is Canada's other favorite export. Authentic King Cole Tea now available in the US. Accept no substitutes, this is the original King Cole Tea, produced at the factory in New Brunswick, Canada.

King Cole really knows how to make tea. The King Cole Tea brand has been around since 1910. A quality tea at a reasonable price, King Cole uses premium, full-size tea leaves.

Described as a well-rounded and smooth tea without the bitter after-taste that accompanies some brands, King Cole is a tea you will just have to try for yourself. King Cole also is a strong cup of tea. So, if you don't like a very strong cup of tea, just don't steep very long.

How to Make the Perfect Cup of King Cole Tea
Having a cup of King Cole? Follow these steps to get the most out of your cup. First, always use fresh water every time you make tea. If you re-boil the same water, the water has lost its oxygen and tea will taste dull. Since King Cole Orange Pekoe is a black tea, make sure the water has come to a rolling boil. 

If you are making a pot of tea, use 1 teaspoon of King Cole Loose tea for each cup of water and then 1 more teaspoon for the tea pot. If you are making a mug, use 1 teaspoon. King Cole recommends steeping the tea for 5 minutes. Strain the loose tea. Add milk or a sweetener if you desire. Serve and enjoy.


Ingredients:

Tea leaves.

 

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  • 5
    Finally! Rich Orange Pekoe Like I Remember

    Posted by Unknown on Aug 22nd 2018

    King Cole is malty and deep in color. It's richer than any black tea I've had. No Irish breakfast comes close. Rich in tannin, but smooth. I add some half and half and a little xylitol to sweeten. It is so flavorful, The cream doesn't kill the flavor. The looseleaf looks like coffee grounds, but it tastes better than any expensive imported tea I've ever bought.

    Now that I've found it, I'm sure it will be discontinued like my beloved Peet's Black Currant.