Mauritius

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Black Tea
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  • “I didn't get this tea from this particular company, but it's the same name and description, and it looks like the other tea place doesn't carry it anymore. Anyway, as mentioned by the first...” Read full tasting note
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    slygirl 60 tasting notes
  • “Every time I make this I love it even more, with milk and a little bit of honey, it almost takes on a hot chocolate like flavor. Make sure that what ever you steep it in that it has the ability...” Read full tasting note
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    mesach 4 tasting notes

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Broken leaves with fannings like process.
Strong fine cup of tea with vanilla taste to it.
Day time tea.
This is our most popular tea and # 1 best seller.

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2 Tasting Notes

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60 tasting notes

I didn’t get this tea from this particular company, but it’s the same name and description, and it looks like the other tea place doesn’t carry it anymore. Anyway, as mentioned by the first reviewer, you really need a fine sieve or a teabag because this tea has a fine milled quality. It’s a nice vanilla tea. I have mine with condensed milk or milk/honey. I’ve also used it in a granola recipe. All around good tea.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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Every time I make this I love it even more, with milk and a little bit of honey, it almost takes on a hot chocolate like flavor.

Make sure that what ever you steep it in that it has the ability to strain the very fine flecks of tea that this is made of. I have the bodum Assam teapot at work, and alot of the “leaves” get past the filter… When I used to get this at chado, they used a “sock” filter and that worked better, and the bodum chambord that I have at home works really well for keeping the liquor clear of the fannings.

easily my favorite tea.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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