Harmutty Special Summer Black Tea

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Dates
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Caffeine
High
Certification
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Average preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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  • “Tea has aroma of juicy, rich dates. Flavour is slightly astringent, not good to drink on its own. Tastes a bit better with milk, but even better with sugar. Brewed at 191˚F for 4 minutes.” Read full tasting note
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This tea comes from Harmutty, a garden planted in 1870 by Major Gibb. It’s reputed for its orthodox second flush and this season’s offering does much to keep up its reputation. With large leaves, plenty of golden tips, this summer black tea is wonderfully malty.

LIQUOR
AROMA
Subtle sweetness resembling honey, fruit, wood, hints of herb

APPEARANCE
Dark Amber

TASTE
The liquor starts with notes of wood and slight sweetness. Feeble astringency that fades, mellow yet, medium-bodied. Notes of honey and malt are noticeable.

COMPLEMENTS
Buttered toast, waffles

STEEPING NOTES
6 fl oz
185F -194F
1.5 tsp / 0.09 oz
4 mins

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218 tasting notes

Tea has aroma of juicy, rich dates.

Flavour is slightly astringent, not good to drink on its own. Tastes a bit better with milk, but even better with sugar.

Brewed at 191˚F for 4 minutes.

Flavors: Dates

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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