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Pure Assam Leaf Tea

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  • “This is called Leaf Tea, but it looks like any other tea bag with fannings in it to me. This is a very mild assam tea with no bitterness or astringency. It has a slight malty smell but just doesn't...” Read full tasting note
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The sub-tropical teas of Assam, in north east India, are grown at near sea level. However, the higher latitudes in which they are grown trigger a period of cold winter dormancy, after which the teas produced are characterized by a unique rich aroma, clear dark red liquor and malty taste. The sub-tropical teas of Assam are unmatched for this unique quality amongst other tea producing nations and as such are much sought by discriminating tea drinkers around the world.

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This is called Leaf Tea, but it looks like any other tea bag with fannings in it to me. This is a very mild assam tea with no bitterness or astringency. It has a slight malty smell but just doesn’t taste like an assam to me. I would call this a drinkable tea as it has nearly no taste. Its Aussie grown and I would love to try some real leaf tea from there, but this tea just doesn’t make the grade for me. Next time I’m going to try 2 tea bags and see if I can make it a little stronger.

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Mike

Just lettin you know, none of it is grown in Australia. Pure Assam means purely tea grown in the Assam region of India. However in their other blends roughly 10-20% is grown in Australia, the rest is imported. I recommend their Premium Blend, its quite good. And if you’re looking for a completely Aussie grown tea, try Daintree. It’s completely grown in Australia.

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