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I got this tea courtesy of TeaEqualsBliss.

Definitely lighter than some Assams I’ve drank, despite the dark, reddish appearance of the brewed tea. It still has that familiar malty quality with some bakey notes that linger in the mouth. It’s a bit astringent initially, though I think that could easily be solved by taking this tea with a bit of milk. I’m not a huge fan of drinking Assam teas straight black anyway, so I’ll give the milk a shot next time I drink this.

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