Kenya - Milima Estate GFBOP1

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Black Tea
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  • “My stash of Kenyan Black Tea is running quite low, so I decided to grab some from my local tea cafe/shop and was very excited to find this one as an option! There is a strong resemblance to...” Read full tasting note
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Although most of Kenya’s teas are fanning grade, and used in commercial tea bags,the Kenya Highlands, with altitudes of up to 9000 feet, produce very small amounts of orthodox produced teas. Our current Milima Estate is a GFBOP1 with many golden tips, a dark amber cup color and a strong, spicy-fruity aroma. Enjoy this popular, satisfying tea in the morning or throughout the day.

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My stash of Kenyan Black Tea is running quite low, so I decided to grab some from my local tea cafe/shop and was very excited to find this one as an option!

There is a strong resemblance to Assam in appearance, with a good portion of golden tips. However, I find its flavor slightly reminiscent of a good quality Darjeeling.

This tea has plenty of complexity with its creamy, spicy and malty notes. The liquid is very smooth and savory with very little bitterness.

From what I see so far, this tea will work out very nicely chilled, sweetened slightly and served over ice.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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