Black Pearl

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Black Tea
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195 °F / 90 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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  • “Thanks *Alphakitty* This smells like malt, cookie, and apple. It's infuses to a medium brown. This is unflavored but has a lovely natural apple touch to it. A little bit of all of the...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Mountain tea calls this an oolong, but it tastes more like an incredibly rich assam or Ceylon to me. Very rich nose, taste, and finish, without any bitterness. Rich and complex. I brewed 3.0 gm...” Read full tasting note
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This beautiful Sumatran black tea is grown in the mineral-rich, volcanic soils of Indonesia. This tropical paradise, produces a black tea that is naturally sweet with the taste of Washington Red apples. Great iced or hot.

Preparation

Water: 6 oz.; 205-212°F
Tea Leaves: 5-10 grams

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6770 tasting notes

Thanks Alphakitty
This smells like malt, cookie, and apple.
It’s infuses to a medium brown.
This is unflavored but has a lovely natural apple touch to it.

A little bit of all of the following…crusty, malty, sweet, apple, cookie, woodsy – on the tongue! YUM!

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Mountain tea calls this an oolong, but it tastes more like an incredibly rich assam or Ceylon to me. Very rich nose, taste, and finish, without any bitterness. Rich and complex. I brewed 3.0 gm in 6 oz of water for 1 minute. A second steeping had the same good character but was not quite as powerful

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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