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drank Sinharaja by Golden Moon Tea
1630 tasting notes

I actually did get a bit some something that might be likened to honey this time. It was more of a malted-honey sort of taste though, like molasses maybe. I’m also getting that berry-like note at the end aswell. Unlike most Indian black teas it also gave up a recent, if lighter, resteep.

I’m not sure it’s worth raving over like some people are, but this is a nice tea and probably the favorite of the pure Ceylons that I’ve tried.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 30 sec
sophistre

DEFINITELY molasses, IMO! A sip of this and then a taste of turbinado sugar will confirm…it’s very much the same flavor!

Jillian

I’ll have to try it with a bit of sweetener next time.

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sophistre

DEFINITELY molasses, IMO! A sip of this and then a taste of turbinado sugar will confirm…it’s very much the same flavor!

Jillian

I’ll have to try it with a bit of sweetener next time.

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