A review of English Tea No. 1 by Ahmad Tea
Company: Ahmad Tea
Tea Name: English Tea No. 1
Tea Type/Varietal: black
Steeping Vessel/Amt. Leaf: tea bag
Liquor Color: reddish brown
Water temperature: 200 Fahrenheit
Time: 3 minutes
I purchased a cup of this tea from a small sandwich and snack shop one morning while waiting for the library to open. It seems I am always waiting for the library to open, since I am not employed and can’t drive myself about; I am dropped off too early prior to businesses being open. I am a vagrant of sort.
Anyhow, I bought a cup of this tea since the associate of this shop said this was the only tea that they had or carried. It was a good cup of tea. It was nicely hot, that aside; the tea was smooth with a good heft in the body; tea’s aroma was that of a roasted brew. I mean it smelled strong and when sipping this tea it was malty with a smooth finish. I did not add any sugar or cream. I simply had it as was given to me, plain and it was quite enjoyable.
Overall, the tea was a nice blend of Ceylon tea with a smooth texture and not robust enough as Assam teas tend to be.
I know that I enjoyed the tea from beginning sip to ending sip.