Chamong FTGFOP1 Autumnal Black Tea

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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 30 sec

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  • “Wow, my second tea in one day. At this rate, I'll finish my RTR samples well before the weekend starts! Anyway, see my previous notes about this tea for details, as I savor this tea before it's gone.” Read full tasting note
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  • “Definitely noticed the flavor and heady aroma of rose in this tea. It was pretty intense in this floral quality, kind of like an IPA, without the bitterness. It left a very nice, semi-sweet rose...” Read full tasting note
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    Shinobi_cha 280 tasting notes

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Custom manufactured from select clonal varietals for Rare Tea Republic at the peak of the Autumnal flush, this selection delivers delicate notes of English rose on the palate and evergreen on the nose. The rough-cut leaf appearance is characteristic of an Autumnal tea and adds character to the cup, which will continue to develop in complexity over time.

Chamong FTGFOP1 Autumnal was an award winning tea at the North American Tea Championship.

Origin: Darjeeling
Steep Time: 5 minutes
Water Temperature: 210
Tea per Cup: 2 teaspoons

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Wow, my second tea in one day. At this rate, I’ll finish my RTR samples well before the weekend starts! Anyway, see my previous notes about this tea for details, as I savor this tea before it’s gone.

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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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Definitely noticed the flavor and heady aroma of rose in this tea. It was pretty intense in this floral quality, kind of like an IPA, without the bitterness.

It left a very nice, semi-sweet rose and almost vegetal aroma as an aftertaste as well. I use the word vegetal here for lack of a better term – not like sencha – but it’s probably what they call ‘evergreen’ in their description. To me, it was related to green vegetables, but not like pine.

It was also a bold Darjeeling, so that’s probably from the fact that it is autumnal. It would definitely make a good breakfast tea, too. Not my favorite of the samples from RTR, but I liked it.

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