I would say it’s a good breakfast or all-day-round tea, it’s not overly complex, very light pleasant taste (I noticed a bit of a hay note to it) while drinking with a bit of astringent aftertaste, slightly bitter. I am not very knowledgeable of orange pekoes, it seems like they are supposed to be clean and easy drinking, I can definitely agree that this tea falls under this description. Not my cup of tea, pardon the pun, it lacks boldness and complexity to me. Verdict – something you’d drink as an all day tea, not to savor.
Organic Bolivian OP
When black tea-growing regions are discussed most often China, India, or sri Lanka come up. Few would even consider Bolivia as a tea growing region, but as a newcomer to the tea market they are producing some great teas. This organic orange pekoe is an exquisite, wiry large leaf with a bright amber cup and a garden fresh aroma.