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Ostfriesischer Sonntagstee

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Edit tea info Last updated by Adham
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “Finishing up the sample from Adham. I enjoy the brisk, assertive flavor of this tea. I tried a little sugar with it, and personally enjoy it better without. It does hold up to milk well. I...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Bam! This is definitely shake-you-by-the shoulders tea. The name translates to "East Frisian Sunday Tea", and all I can say is that those East Frisians really know how to make a strong cuppa. ...” Read full tasting note
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From Demmers Teehaus

Strong, spicy Assam tea with real vanilla pod pieces. Excellent with milk or cream.

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Finishing up the sample from Adham. I enjoy the brisk, assertive flavor of this tea. I tried a little sugar with it, and personally enjoy it better without. It does hold up to milk well. I think I prefer it plain, the spicy vanilla flavor is stronger that way.

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Bam! This is definitely shake-you-by-the shoulders tea. The name translates to “East Frisian Sunday Tea”, and all I can say is that those East Frisians really know how to make a strong cuppa. This particular example has vanilla pieces in it, so the smell of the dry leaf is a wonderful mix of malty tea leaves and warm vanilla.

Although I usually steep black teas for four minutes, I’m going to hold this one at three minutes for this first tasting, just to be on the safe side. It comes out a dark, clear brown with a really enticing sweet and spicy aroma. In drinking the first bit without additives, it’s like the two sides of the tea are both shouting – “I’m black tea! Taste ME!!” and “I’m vanilla! Taste ME!!” which for me means it’s time to calm them down a bit with some half and half and sugar.

Ahh, that’s better. Now it’s much silkier, but the black tea and vanilla flavors are both still very much there. The creaminess has also opened up a hint of coconut. Great way to wake up the palate!

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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