Assam Breakfast Black Tea

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Black Tea
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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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Assam is the world’s largest tea growing region. This is where Assam bush, Camellia sinensis assamica, was discovered in 1823. Assam tea is low-grown and holds a reputation as the strongest, full-bodied tea to be found.

Appearance: Deep copper-walnut leaf scattered with russet tip

Infusion: Deep ebony-walnut, with faint green hue to rim.

Aroma: Comforting and full, tangy and malty, with an almost treacly, raisiny depth for extra nourishment

Taste: Statuesque and broad, with plenty of grip and structure and rich finishing flavours of malt

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a depressing boring saterday afternoon with don’t ask me why toughts off my grandmother that passed away a few years ago, actualy i’m taking a trip down memory lane today and i picked a strong malty assam the kind off punch i need today to get going and keep going…

Well the tea taste malty and strong just like i want my assam long story short a simple tea with no explanation required! Brewed it for 3min at boiling temp :)

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Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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Malt, honey, smoothness. A very satisfying breakfast blend with a robust character.

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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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It’s funny, I love assam, but I do not care for English Breakfast, so I was hoping this would bring English Breakfast up a notch for me… no luck. It tasted like any English Breakfast tea I could get anywhere.

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