If you like a strong but smooth tea for breakfast, the pyramid shaped Black Pearl bags from Lipton are worth trying. Most people will drink this hot but it does make an amazing iced tea if you brew it correctly. This can be a little hard to find in some areas because of the price but if you like a rich tea for breakfast or in the late afternoon, this is worth tracking down. The longer you let this steep the heartier the flavor; it is comparable to Earl Grey but it is something that you can drink at any point in the day. I usually give this a four minute steep time; if you try it and it seems a little too strong you can let it stand for two to three minutes or use a little more water. This is what I considered a premium tea; even though it is bagged and not loose, the shape and size of the bag allows for maximum flow of the water while it is brewing. It is a long-cut leaf so if you want to remove the tea from the bag and use a tea ball you can but the flavor change you get from it isn't enough to warrant the extra work. I tried that a couple times to see if I could get a smidge more flavor from it. If you are worried about the caffeine content of hot teas you'll be happy to know that this contains the same amount of caffeine as other bagged Lipton products; one serving (one bag) contains 30 milligrams of caffeine. If you are drinking multiple cups of this you might get the jitters from it but it contains no more caffeine than other bagged teas.