Tiger Hill Nilgiri

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Black Tea
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Boiling 3 min, 45 sec

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From Stash Tea Company

Robust but smooth, Nilgiri can be enjoyed any time of day, black or with milk and sugar.

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Picked up a India Collection from Stash for CHEAP at my local Herb Store yesterday! I think I have only had 1 of them that was included so I thought it would be a good way to try some more! This steeps VERY VERY VERY Dark Brown…almost BLACK. Almost like a coffee color. That made me think that it would be VERY strong but it’s a medium strength bagged tea instead. It’s not much for scent but it has an average malty type flavor. It’s “alright” – never bad to have on standby incase you are in a jam.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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1 bag for 200mL water, bare.

Maybe I’m used to drinking Nilgiri in blends, because while I cannot say there’s anything wrong with it, I also feel like there’s something missing.

This Nilgiri is smooth and has a light body. It feels and tastes more like a China black than an India black, though it is defintely Indian tea.

I keep waiting for a snap of astringnecy, or for something sharp, smoky, or malty.

I think this Nilgiri would blend especially well with Keemun. But, on its own, it’s a bit dull, at least to my taste. (Dull as in unsurprising, not as in stale.)

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 15 sec

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