Windsor Castle Organic Tea

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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec 15 oz / 433 ml

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This organic estate Assam tea ranks among the finest black teas on the market — tippy and flavourful with full second flush jammy profile. Perfect with or without milk.

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This delightful tea is flavourful and smooth, with a strong finish. Almost amber coloured as it steeps, it fills the area with its rich aroma.

Can be enjoyed with or without milk, but my preference is without.

3 min, 30 sec

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1349 tasting notes

A bold tea, one that brews up quickly and has little distinguishing notes to it other than it’s faintly creamy, smells vaguely like an orange pekoe, and has a few notes of something sweet in it that I’m struggling to place. Honey, perhaps? Maybe a honeyed fruit? Wish I knew more about this tea prior to drinking it, as that would likely help my enjoyment. Off to investigate! :)

EDIT: Bah. This is a tricky one to find online. Does anyone have a URL for the company?

Thank you OMGsrlsy for sharing this with me! :)

Flavors: Honey

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

is this just windsor-csatle tea?


Tea Time has no website or online presence. The description is as much information as I have.


Yea, there are two entries for it. OMGsrlsy: good to know. Are they local?


This might be it if it’s in Vancouver


yyz, your google-fu is AMAZING. I’ve looked on and off for months for more information on this company.

Yes, MissB. They are on Lonsdale in North Van. They carry some Mountain Rose Herbs blends, which is super exciting for me.

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1928 tasting notes

I haven’t had a kick-in-the-pants assam for a while.

This is that tea.

So good. So assam-y. Tasty with cranberry honey and almond milk.

I’ll need to try it plain at some point, but wow. Strong teas to have at breakfast err, brunch. I’ve MISSED you.

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

The additives sound wonderful!


This is a super fruity assam. I have plum jelly in the fridge that would be fantastic in it too. :)


Oh, never heard of cranberry honey, sounds interesting…


I have both kinds. The one with cranberries in it is better with fruit teas, and I also recommend putting it into the basket so you don’t have floaties. :)


Oh cranberry honey.

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