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Assam Tarajulie

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Black Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by Tina S.
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Boiling 2 min, 30 sec

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  • “This is tasty! and malty, but light. Almost smoky in the malt aspect, and marshmallow like. At first it was a little plain, almost like every other black tea I've had recently... but then I added...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I had this one as my "walking to work" cup this morning. Yes I'm one of those lucky people who live a short walk to work, and sometimes I'm actually awake early enough to brew a tea to bring with...” Read full tasting note
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Our Assam Tarajulie is FBOP grade (Flowery Broken Orange Pekoe), orthodox manufacturing. A thick full-bodied tea with good malty flavour. The infusion is bright and coppery. A good all day self-drinker. The Tarajulie estate lies in the shadows of the Himalayan mountains in North East India.

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1258 tasting notes

This is tasty! and malty, but light. Almost smoky in the malt aspect, and marshmallow like. At first it was a little plain, almost like every other black tea I’ve had recently… but then I added some agave and milk and it really brought the unique parts out.
So yes! I’m quite enjoying this cuppa. Thank you Tina S for sharing! you totally just made my morning (had a little tiff with someone, so needed a pick-me-up!)
Oh and it’s a little high on the astringency. I don’t mind that but if you aren’t one to like the sour notes in straight teas, maybe sit this one out.

Tina S.

hugs Glad to have brought you a bright spot when you needed it!

Indigobloom

aww thanks Tina! Hugs back!!

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I had this one as my “walking to work” cup this morning. Yes I’m one of those lucky people who live a short walk to work, and sometimes I’m actually awake early enough to brew a tea to bring with me along the way. Today I had this one, with a dash of sugar. It was a great morning wakeup cup, with a nice full flavour and definite malt notes. Unlike the raspberry rush i had last night, this one didn’t leave my mouth feeling the effects of the tannins, either. I tend to prefer my blacks with a bit more natural sweet notes, but this is definitely a lovely tea I’ll be keeping in my collection for those days when I’m in a malty mood.

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