Differences between Taj Mahal *VS* Red Label tea

They're both made by Unilever. SO what's the difference? They also cost the same.
I personally think that the grain shapes are different, and that Taj Mahal has a brighter, less bitter taste.
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> They're both made by Unilever. SO what's the difference? They also > cost the same. > > I personally think that the grain shapes are different, and that Taj > Mahal has a brighter, less bitter taste.
I think you answered your own question, as I was going to say the exact same thing. Texture and slight taste difference, I prefer the Taj Mahal myself.
- Dominic
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Dominic T.
I'm not going to brew any just for a post. From what I remember Taj Mahal was blended for Indian taste and Red Label for British. Even if not so I remember Taj Mahal more appropriate for milder afternoon tea and Red Label for wake me up morning tea. Jim PS New puppy chewed through my CAT router cable right behind me as I was composing. I had to splice the color coded 8 wires for this mornings posts. > They're both made by Unilever. SO what's the difference? They also > cost the same. > > I personally think that the grain shapes are different, and that Taj > Mahal has a brighter, less bitter taste.
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Space Cowboy
=2E.. ancillary tea stuff... > Jim > > PS =A0New puppy chewed through my CAT router cable right behind me as I > was composing. =A0I had to splice the color coded 8 wires for this > mornings posts.
After we had adopted our puppy (whippet mix) I discovered my surround sound setup not working quite right and crackly sounding... only to discover she had chewed through most of the speaker cables. All very long runs custom pulled by me through the flooring and chewed so that all of them were unusable. Offset the "bargain" we got on the puppy :) Be happy it was just CAT5!
- Dominic
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Dominic T.
> I'm not going to brew any just for a post. From what I remember Taj > Mahal was blended for Indian taste and Red Label for British. Even if > not so I remember Taj Mahal more appropriate for milder afternoon tea > and Red Label for wake me up morning tea. > > Jim > > PS New puppy chewed through my CAT router cable right behind me as I > was composing. I had to splice the color coded 8 wires for this > mornings posts. >> They're both made by Unilever. SO what's the difference? They also >> cost the same. >> >> I personally think that the grain shapes are different, and that Taj >> Mahal has a brighter, less bitter taste.
When I was a kid we had a pet rabbit that would chew through the Christmas lights every year. I still can't figure out how it never got electrocuted...
Melinda
P.S. I have a local Indian store that has the Brook Bond but I didn't see Taj Mahal, but wasn't looking for it...is that the sort of place I'd find it? As an aside I saw them selling CTC in a clear plastic canister like one finds instant coffee in (the sort of jar-shaped plastic canister with the screw on lid). Novel packaging.
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Melinda

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