English Aristocratic Tea

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Black Tea
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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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  • “The main thing I have to say about this is it's very LIGHT, maybe weak is the right word. I've tried it twice and now I need to try it again brewed at double strength. That being said, the...” Read full tasting note
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Crop: foothill plantations of Matara and Ratnapura
Altitude: 600-800 meters above sea level

Grade: OPA (big leaf)
English Aristocratic big leaf tea, Orange Pekoe grade, possesses a rich bouquet, exquisite taste and a delicate sweet aroma. Makes an ideal cup for drinking in the afternoon or after dinner. Some of the best restaurants in London serve this type of tea.

Grade: PF1 (tea bags)
Exquisite Orange Pekoe Fannings No.1 grade is used for making English Aristocratic Tea Bags, which is an ideal choice for quick brewing. This type of tea is one of the favourites during the traditional short tea breaks of the busy offices of the City of London.

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The main thing I have to say about this is it’s very LIGHT, maybe weak is the right word. I’ve tried it twice and now I need to try it again brewed at double strength.

That being said, the flavour that did come through was sweet and pleasant, but that’s about all I can detect for now. Also the leaves are in fact “big leaf” as advertised. Not only are they large “pieces” of leaf but the leaves are larger leaves – not sure if that means they are from the Assamese variety or something else.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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