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drank Assam Borengajuli by Pekko Teas
520 tasting notes

Lovely, lovely tea. Malty indeed. Not a bit of bitter. A hint of astringency at the end, but it does seem to build over the cup and about halfway through, the astringency makes my mouth a bit dry.

I can see that this would stand up to milk and sugar very nicely. I also suspect it makes a nice cold tea.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec
gmathis

I’ve had a Borengajuli (just love the name—it makes your tongue bounce) from Culinary teas and really liked it, too.

Nicole

It is a great name. :)

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gmathis

I’ve had a Borengajuli (just love the name—it makes your tongue bounce) from Culinary teas and really liked it, too.

Nicole

It is a great name. :)

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