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assam gingia

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Black Tea
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “I love this tea with ginger! I cut up fresh ginger and let it boil in hot water for a few minutes then added this tea. Delicious! I also added some sugar since this tea became too bitter to drink...” Read full tasting note
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    oOTeaOo 1569 tasting notes
  • “A very nice Assam. Malty and rich. A bit on the dry side. Good with milk and sugar or even with a slice of lemon peel in the pot and sweetened with honey. I've used this Assam to make Chai. So...” Read full tasting note
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    Goldii Lock 34 tasting notes
  • “Visually this tea is mostly black twisty leaves with a few golden threads mixed in. The smell when dry is smokey, and when wet slightly vegetal. I brewed this for three minutes and found the...” Read full tasting note
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    juliettesjules 3 tasting notes

From Culinary Teas

The best Assam we have tasted. This tea from the Gingia Estate has a golden liquor with a classic thickness. Juicy and deliciously malty. Extraordinary well graded (TGFOP).

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1569 tasting notes

I love this tea with ginger! I cut up fresh ginger and let it boil in hot water for a few minutes then added this tea. Delicious! I also added some sugar since this tea became too bitter to drink alone. My husband liked the tea, which is great! He loves ginger tea.

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34 tasting notes

A very nice Assam. Malty and rich. A bit on the dry side. Good with milk and sugar or even with a slice of lemon peel in the pot and sweetened with honey. I’ve used this Assam to make Chai.

So far my favorite Assam yet.

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Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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Visually this tea is mostly black twisty leaves with a few golden threads mixed in. The smell when dry is smokey, and when wet slightly vegetal. I brewed this for three minutes and found the unsweetened flavor okay with just a hint of maltiness. I like my Assam’s to slap me in the face with malt and this did not. A perfectly decent breakfast tea when sugar and milk are added.

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