Hajua Estate Assam STGFOP1

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205 °F / 96 °C 1 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “I drank the last of this at work today. Thought it was a light black with stone fruit (apricot) notes. This is not my favorite style of black tea, but it was bitter or offensive in any way. I...” Read full tasting note
    Dexter 729 tasting notes
  • “Sipdown!! (164) Thank you *Dexter* for sending some of this my way. Apparently this company is very near to my home and yet I have not tried any of their teas. This tea is a very good...” Read full tasting note
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    rachel12610 1938 tasting notes
  • “And here's another sample from *Dexter3657*! This sipdown puts me back at 199. #cackles. :P I keep hovering around that number. I'll probably be at 200 a month from now! But this was a really...” Read full tasting note
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    cavocorax 1700 tasting notes
  • “This is the last sample, I think, from my super secret surprise sample pack from *Dexter3657*! I am unsure what to think of this one. I just ate some super duper spicey potatoes. I definitely...” Read full tasting note
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    Lala1 766 tasting notes

From Capital Tea Ltd.

Sweetly aromatic brown leaves with some golden tips. These leaves produce a fine and refined tasting tea liquor with prominent sweet malty flavour notes

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I drank the last of this at work today. Thought it was a light black with stone fruit (apricot) notes. This is not my favorite style of black tea, but it was bitter or offensive in any way. I really like Capital Tea Ltd. but for my tastes I do better with the China blacks.

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Sipdown!! (164)

Thank you Dexter for sending some of this my way. Apparently this company is very near to my home and yet I have not tried any of their teas. This tea is a very good introduction. This has the slightest bit of astringency but mostly it has notes of rich chocolate and a touch of malt. It is good but not something I need stocked. I am grateful for the chance to try it though.

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And here’s another sample from Dexter3657! This sipdown puts me back at 199. #cackles. :P I keep hovering around that number. I’ll probably be at 200 a month from now!

But this was a really lovely Assam. I drank a cup this morning, and enjoyed it so much I made it again for the afternoon. Sadly I oversteeped it (10 minute? Or more? Whoops) but it still tastes good. I just diluted it a little bit to fix it. It’s really malty and bold and deep. I had RiverTea’s assam just yesterday so I think that helps make this one stand out in comparison.

(Sorry RiverTea. I love your fruit teas, but your unflavoured ones are not as good. But I totally rec your fruit ones. ILU. :P)

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This is the last sample, I think, from my super secret surprise sample pack from Dexter3657!

I am unsure what to think of this one. I just ate some super duper spicey potatoes. I definitely over did it with the chili pepper flakes and lemon pepper. It was delicious though. But my mouth is still burning from the aftertaste while I drink this tea.

What I am tasting in the tea, is it is moderately thick liquor, even with a short steep. It is sweet and not bitter or astringent. There is a little bit of malt. The more I sip, it is starting to “clean” my palate. The spice tasting buds on my tongue are still on fire, but I am starting to taste a lot more dark chocolate with rice crisps notes.

I am surprised because I didn’t think I would like this tea but it is not too bad. It was certainly a good choice to drink for after my “hell on fire” potatoe breakfast :)

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 1 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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