A review of Pure Assam by Madura of Australia

I am always reminded when reviewing this tea box that the leaves are “superior leaf grades and not dust.” Using freshly drawn water and putting this in a pan and leaving to boil and I take one tea bag and put this in my cup and then pour the water over the tea bag. I leave it to steep for four minutes.

After the allotted time, I remove the cover from the cup. The tea’s color is a dark red liquor and when tasted it is malty. This tea is full in body with nothing hidden in the tasting or coloring. Clarity is what this tea seems to be about; when you first taste it and when you take your last sip it is liken to first sip. Overall, a well-rounded tea.

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