Silver Himalaya

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Black Tea
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195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 45 sec

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From Mariage Frères

A MAJESTIC TEA

The twisted leaves of this black tea from the high Himalayan mountains are rolled by hand.

Rich in silver tips, it develops a spicy aroma backed by scents of exotic fruit.

The apricot-colored liquor presents a sensual bouquet with a hint of almost spicy, malty fruit, yielding a warm, opulent overall fragrance.

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special tea this morning. My other half splurged on this tea when we went to paris for me. I ADORE the white tea (yes white tea…) in this line and so he wanted to pick that one up along with the black tea for me to try. I don’t pull this one out of the cupboard often – i probably should more often, but when i do, it’s delicious. malty, spicy, fruity…just delicious.

Fjellrev

Shocker that you like the white tea! And the description of this sounds amazing so I can see why he went for this.

Sil

the white himalaya tea is RIDONKULOUSLY expensive… but i will steep it like 8 times and it’s super delicious.

Evol Ving Ness

Oh my word, Sil is resteeping….

Sil

i do it sometimes…just not always since typically i find the latter steeps are just weak facsimiles of what i find delicious about the first cups. :P

Sil

i also don’t typically mention resteeping in my notes, so i do it more than people give me credit for haha

tigress_al

You keep making me add teas to my wish list ;)
I agree about resteeping, I generally only resteep straight teas

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