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TC21: Nildiya Valley Estate OP1

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From Upton Tea Imports

From the southern Matara district, this selection yields a dark infusion with a raisin note in the liquor and aroma. The cup is smooth, with a light level of astringency, mild sweetness and fruity notes. Good hot or iced, this versatile tea can be enjoyed with or without milk .
Origin:
Sri Lanka

Steeping Suggestions: -
Leaf Quantity: 2¼ g/cup
Water Temp: 212° (boiling)
Steep Time: 5 min.

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Another new-to-me-tea and I had a really rough start to the morning and am hours behind schedule but things are looking up! I got a box from my Sororitea Sister Liberteas as well as a HUGE box from Compass Tea so LOTS and LOTS to drink and write about!

As for this one…

I really like this one!

Dry – the leaves smell like a semi-fruity malt beverage of sorts. Neat aroma. Once the leaves are infused it’s a tad bakey, too.

The flavor is true but intense or should I can intense but true? It’s crusty/bready, but a tad smokey and fruity. It’s a little astringent and brash but both in good ways. It’s strong and sturdy!

A great way to start the TEA DAY! YAY!

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