I'm drinking Twinings Irish Breakfast tea right now with a splash of cream and about a tablespoon of golden rum per 6 ounces of tea. I always keep some bagged teas in my purse because living in the deep Southern part of the US, tea is served sweet and cold. When I want tea, I want TEA, not iced sweet tea, Coca Cola, water or what passes as coffee down here. (I also love strong coffee done to a full city roast and ground right when I want to drink it, not fifty years ago.)
Twinings made an incredible tea some years ago, called Scottish Nog. I found it at Big Lots, tried it and sent my husband back to buy every box of it that they had. I nursed that case and half of tea along until it was gone. When he had to take me to Atlanta for a doctor's appointment, we hit every Big Lots store on the route back home. I was able to get 15 more boxes of it. 'Tis a dreadful thing when one runs out of tea. 'Tis even worse when one finds a tea like that and it is discontinued.
For iced tea, I use Red Rose. For home swilling I use a good, strong Irish or Scottish black tea. For home sipping with my pinkie finger up, I like pretty much all of the black, green, white and red teas with the exception of mint, chamomile or flowers. (Flowers belong in my garden, not my tea.) My purse tea stash is Twinings Irish Breakfast, Prince of Wales and Bigelow's Constant Comment. Yeah, I can hear the screams of anguish from those who would not consider such a plebeian tipple to cross their tongues, but I drink what I like.
You'll have to pardon me, but my tea pot is dry and I hear the kettle starting to sing