Uganda Safari Tea

Recent Tasting Notes

65

It’s taken me years and years to finish this tea, but mainly because I had 500g to start off with. At times i found this tea a bit too strong and bitter, but as long as you don’t use too many tea leaves or brew for too long, it usually turns out well. I actually found that I preferred drinking it when made with a tea egg for a single cup of tea. I think possibly it’s best when it’s really hot, and also much easier to keep an eye on the amount of tea leaves to use when using a tea egg. A strong flavour, a good everyday tea.

Preparation
2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp

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65

I’ve started drinking 2/3 this, and one third Assam Tonganagoan (the spelling of that place is beyond me I’m afraid).
It’s a pretty nice combination, with the strength of the Ugandan tea balanced with the smoothness of the Assam.

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65

Nice solid black tea, good with milk

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61

A respectably unique tea. It’s subtle, yet present. Smooth and round, lacking any bite. Easily an everyday and/or all day tea.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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