Natural Tanzania

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Edit tea info Last updated by Thomas Edward(Toad)
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205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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Tanzania is a relatively small producer of tea in world terms. The teas produced are somewhat similar to Kenyan teas in that they have malty tending fruity/flavory characteristics. The production is primarily CTC (cut, torn and curled), which produces a fuller bodied tea but a non traditional (from a specialty tea perspective) visual appearance. Grown without pesticides, Natural Tanzania Tea is produced in northern Tanzania close to the Kenyan border and not far from a wild life area called The Ngorongo Crater. The soil conditions and altitude combine to give the tea the flavor notes. An interesting and flavory tea, which is perfect for afternoon tea or early morning ‘cuppas’. Beautiful reddish liquor with a full, malty flavor. Surprisingly smooth. Great for breakfast. Use one teaspoon per cup and steep for 3-5 minutes in freshly boiled water.

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Had this one this morning, with a little milk and sugar, i dont usualy do that but this one was good that way. I like this tea.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 30 sec
ScottTeaMan

I had a Tanzanian tea about a decade ago, and it was delicious! Was it a little spicey?

ScottTeaMan

That’s how I remember it malty, with a little spice to it.

Thomas Edward(Toad)

it is realy awesome, dtrong and malty, milk and sugar do give it a creamy kinda spicey tatse, yummy i ordered some more already lol

ScottTeaMan

Yeah I remember that as a great tea…….an anytime, anyday tea for me.

Thomas Edward(Toad)

i think i like the way it was made too, the ctc or (crush,torn,curled) i ordered a few more like that too so i can try them out.

ScottTeaMan

Yeah, IMHO if you get a CTC Assam, it is a little maltier. My memory tells me I like the Tanzanian better.

TeaBrat

sounds delicious!

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