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.
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.