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Milima Estate GFBOP1 Kenya

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  • “Welcome to day 11 *little terri's Sipdown Extravaganza!* It's hard to believe that I've managed to sustain this sipdown thingy for this many days, & although not every tea I've drank has been a...” Read full tasting note
    Terri HarpLady 2495 tasting notes
  • “"Full bodied" "rich" "brisk" are some of the words used to describe this tea. I'm agreeing with those, and am going to add bold, and astringent. This isn't my favorite of the Capital Teas that I...” Read full tasting note
    Dexter3657 585 tasting notes
  • “working from home today! yay for being able to drink up a few cups of tea to get back to 150 asap! Also, not feeling 100% today so it's nice to be taking it easy, at least in terms of getting...” Read full tasting note
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    Silaena 4043 tasting notes

From Capital Tea Ltd.

Broken grade Kenya black tea with ample golden tips. This tea produces a brisk tasting tea liquor with a subtle earthy sweet and slightly fruity character. This tea is more full bodied than our previous offering and is rich enough to handle a splash of milk. An enjoyable breakfast tea that is highly recommended!

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2495 tasting notes

Welcome to day 11 little terri’s Sipdown Extravaganza!
It’s hard to believe that I’ve managed to sustain this sipdown thingy for this many days, & although not every tea I’ve drank has been a sipdown, most of them have, & it feels good to be letting go of all of the small quantities that have been sitting around waiting to be drank.

Sipdown #75 was Maharaja, from American Tea Room. I am entering it here because I can’t get the ‘review’ button to work on Maharaja’s page. It’s a very bold & a little tart Assam, sent to me by Sil, & it really hit the spot this morning! I love it when I can actually feel the caffeine coursing through my veins!

Sipdown #76 is this Kenyan from the Milim Estate, Capital Teas. This one came to me from Sil, who got it from Dexter. Thanks girls! Although some of the Kenyan blacks I’ve tried have been very bright & kind of grapey, this one is much more earthy & a little sweet, with a nice wood taste.

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585 tasting notes

“Full bodied” “rich” “brisk” are some of the words used to describe this tea. I’m agreeing with those, and am going to add bold, and astringent.
This isn’t my favorite of the Capital Teas that I have, and I prefer JusTea Kenyan Black – but this is better than most of the Kenyan teas I’ve tried.
I’m just leaving this as “pretty good, but not my favorite”.

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4043 tasting notes

working from home today! yay for being able to drink up a few cups of tea to get back to 150 asap! Also, not feeling 100% today so it’s nice to be taking it easy, at least in terms of getting dressed…. i always work harder at home

this one isn’t my favourite but it’s not bad. There’s a taste to it that i don’t love..not quite astringency but something else. can’t quite pinpoint it. Thanks for sending this my way though dexter! i haven’t had a chance to try many capital teas yet.

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