1559 Tasting Notes
I love Assam and Ceylon teas so naturally this one was a winner for me! I love the packaging. The small painter’s tin is original. When I opened the tin, it was a no-brainer that this one was a nice smelling Ceylon. It smelled malty and warm with fruitiness to it.
The brew was a nice dark amber. This is a bold tea that can be tampered with to make it more or less bold. Upon my first sip, it wasn’t very bitter, but I wanted some milk with my tea. I’ve been drinking cups of milk these days! I can taste the bread-y, malt flavors with fruit undertones. It makes me happy to sip this cup! The milk didn’t really bring out any flavors but it did make it less bitter. Good tea overall! Now I am off to do my night shift!
Wah I just made this iced overnight via the cold-brew method.
I just gulped down 2 cups of this. This tastes absolutely amazing cold, and there is no guilt with it too, besides the fact that I am out of this excellent blend! The weather is warming up, and this is perfect. I imagine myself sitting under an umbrella by the beach sipping on pina coladas. This is so refreshing and tastes like pineapple and coconut. The flavors come out very well when this is cold.
Please Frank! I hope you can make more of this for the summer!