Morawaka Ceylon BOPF (Teabags)

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  • “Not only is this a fairly bold ceylon tea its a bold bagged ceylon tea. I had a bag last week and forgot to log and am having another one now. It has a semi-malty texture - not really a malty or...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I just got finished writing a review of this tea for the SororiTea Sisters blog (which will publish next week). I gotta tell you how impressed I am with this teabag. I am not one to normally GUSH...” Read full tasting note
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    LiberTEAS 4322 tasting notes

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These teabags contain Broken Orange Pekoe Fannings grade tea from Morawaka Tea Estate’s Low Country Ceylon plantation in Sri Lanka. With the convenience of a teabag, you get the benchmark Ceylon color and flavor in your cup. No stale left-over Dust, here: these teabags were manufactured in February 2011, February & March being the First Flush of the Ceylon tea world, providing the prime quality teas which have been selected to fill these teabags.

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Not only is this a fairly bold ceylon tea its a bold bagged ceylon tea. I had a bag last week and forgot to log and am having another one now. It has a semi-malty texture – not really a malty or bready or bakey type flavor tho but the texture is reminiscent.

I didn’t find it overly astringent but that is completely fine by me for this specific tea.

Pretty impressive! Thanks for this one, Liberteas

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I just got finished writing a review of this tea for the SororiTea Sisters blog (which will publish next week). I gotta tell you how impressed I am with this teabag. I am not one to normally GUSH over a teabag … but this one is an exception. This tea was harvested in February of this year, and processed into teabag form immediately. This has got to be the freshest tea in a teabag I’ve ever had the opportunity to drink!

It is a great Ceylon, too. Bold … much bolder than most Ceylon teas I’ve encountered, with a malty undertone. There is some astringency, and I recommend steeping at just 2 1/2 minutes to keep the astringency under control. My first cup at 3 1/2 minutes was a little too astringent for my liking, but, at just 2 1/2 minutes, this cup that sits before me is just perfect. Bright flavor with a sweet note that develops as I sip.

If you’re looking for a fresh alternative to the teabag for the times when you need that teabag convenience … you really should try this. I think you’ll be surprised at just how much freshness and flavor these teabags hold!

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