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Natela's Gold Standard

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Edit tea info Last updated by Jason
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  • “I've just had a fresh batch of this, after being without it for some time, and I'm just drinking my first mug - a well-heaped teaspoon brewed for four minutes, boiling water. It isn't really...” Read full tasting note
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This is Natela’s (the lovely lady who makes our Georgian Old Lady tea) finest tea hence the name Gold Standard. She only makes 50kg in a year and we buy it all!

Brewing Advice: one teaspoon per mug, add hot water (anywhere between 80-100°C) and leave to steep for upto five minutes. Suitable for multiple infusions.

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I’ve just had a fresh batch of this, after being without it for some time, and I’m just drinking my first mug – a well-heaped teaspoon brewed for four minutes, boiling water.

It isn’t really much different to my last tasting notes except that, where I wrote of the taste of warm butter, I now think that element is better described as a touch of toffee.

It’s just as excellent as the last batch and really is one of my three, possibly four, all-time favourites.

Incidentally, I’ve edited the dealer information above but I don’t know how to edit the name of tea – it should be ‘Natela’ with an ‘e’.

Angrboda

It already exists under it’s proper name. You can email Jason with the links and ask him to merge them. :)

If there hadn’t already been one with the proper name, I think you could have just corrected it under edit info. Obviously it didn’t work when I tried it now because the name was taken, but I seem to recall having done so before.

alaudacorax

Thanks, Angrboda. I’ve followed your advice and emailed Jason.

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