Plot: line colors when using assumptions

I want to vary a parameter via assumptions in a simple line plot and assign a different line color to each parameter value. Unfortunately all lines are the same color. I also tried to use Evaluate[], but no change at all. Any hint? Here's a minimal example:

Plot[Sin[\[CapitalDelta]\[Phi] + 2 T \[Omega]] /. {\[Omega] -> 1,
T -> {1, 2, 3}}, {\[CapitalDelta]\[Phi], -2 \[Pi], 2 \[Pi]},
PlotStyle -> {{Black, Red, Blue}}]

• try Plot[Evaluate[ Sin[\[CapitalDelta]\[Phi] + 2 T \[Omega]] /. {\[Omega] -> 1, T -> {1, 2, 3}}], {\[CapitalDelta]\[Phi], -2 \[Pi], 2 \[Pi]}, PlotStyle -> {Black, Red, Blue}]? – kglr Jul 25 at 17:33
• That did the trick; don't know what I did wrong before hand. Thanks! – Nikolaij H Jul 25 at 17:41

1. Use Evaluate on the function list in the first argument of Plot.
2. Use {Black, Red, Blue} as the PlotStyle option setting. (Not {{Black, Red, Blue}}.)