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From The Tao of Tea

Native Name: Chai

Origin: Putharjhora, Assam, India

Plucking Season: Late Summer

Introduction: Assam is the largest black tea growing region in the world. CTC refers to “Cut, Tear, Curl” a process that tends to turn tea leaves into small pellets. The CTC grade is the most common tea grade used in India to make Chai, as it is very conducive to boiling.

Flavor Profile: Strong, malty and brisk.

Ingredients: 100% Organic Black Tea Leaves.

Certified Organic by: Quality Assurance International (QAI)

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Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of this tea.

This is a delicious CTC Assam. It is quite bold and invigorating, and it is helping me stay warm too! Nice malty taste to it. I only steeped this 2 minutes in my Breville, so there is no bitterness to it – not even a hint! – but I suspect it, like other Assam teas, would become bitter if it were over-steeped.

As it is though, it is a very comforting and deliciously rich cup. Just what I needed!

Kashyap

it is also the base for thier 500 mile chai….

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This is what I like to call – in my own personal lingo – pebble tea! :)

This is VERY strong, bold, DARK, and a little astringent. For once, I would say, I think this one would be better with additives, etc.

(As many of you know I drink everything plain)

Batrachoid

Sounds fun. Additives like milks and sugar or like lemon peel and licorice?

TeaEqualsBliss

what ever floats your boat lol

Batrachoid

Of course. XD A blending friendly Tao tea certainly will.

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