Incredibly smooth Assam, rich, malty, slightly sweet.
“Incredibly smooth Assam, rich, malty, slightly sweet. ” Read full tasting note
“Another from *Kaliska*! ^^ The first thing I noticed about this tea, once brewed, was the scent. It smelled toasted! Or baked. There was definitely heat involved, or so the smell leads me to...” Read full tasting note
“Not as heavy flavored as I expected. Thick mouth feel with a tobacco note and sweetness. Pleasant, easy drink. Good nose over the brewed cup.” Read full tasting note
“I have this in wrapped sachets. The only "teabag" in my house! I bring it with me wherever I go.” Read full tasting note
A rich tea with a sweet honey flavor. The 4 oz. tin has a silver metallic label.
What does GBOP stand for? Golden Broken Orange Pekoe.
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Another from Kaliska! ^^
The first thing I noticed about this tea, once brewed, was the scent. It smelled toasted! Or baked. There was definitely heat involved, or so the smell leads me to believe, but it isn’t exactly smoky. The liquor is very dark, and there is a tang of bitterness, but it’s satisfying. It isn’t very astringent, as one might expect from such a strong, dark tea. This would be a great tea to wake up to. It reminds me of dark wood and fall.
I think I’m going to have to pursue more Assam teas…