Mountain Black Tea

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Black Tea
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205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more

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From Momo Cha Fine Teas

This Taiwanese black tea is grown on plantations at altitudes of over 1850m (6070ft). The altitude and the gentle handling of the leaves gives this tea a unique taste of flowers and honey. Not only the taste but also the smell is from another world.

For all who appreciate fine teas, this can be nothing less but love at first taste. Even people that normally don’t like black tea will find a smile on their face after the first sip of this delicious drop from heaven.

Brewing Guidelines

Use 1 heaped teaspoon per 200ml

1st brew: 100°C / 10 min 2nd brew: 100°C / 10-15 min

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I tried this one about a week ago and loved it. I must have been in a hurry because I didn’t log it. I only infused it for about 4 minutes but the water temp was quite hot – at least 200 degrees. This review, today, will be based on 10 minutes and 100 degrees C – as suggested by the company. I don’t think I have ever infused a black tea for 10 minutes on purpose. So I thought this was interesting and I really hope it works.

AFTER A FEW MORE MINUTES OF WAITING

Yup! This is GOOD!
It’s of medium strength for a black tea base. It’s amazing that this didn’t get bitter! LOVE that! While reading the package THIS TEA won the Great Taste GOLD 2012 Award! I can see why! It’s an original! It’s unique! This tea is selected and imported from Taiwan! The flavor isn’t INTENSE but it still has a NICE flavor on the tongue. It’s one of those to sit, sip, and ponder!

It’s slightly crusty and quite malty. It’s not a think malt but a smoother type malt. There are dark chocolate-like notes and honey or mead flavors popping thru. It’s really a joy to drink this tea!

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more

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