Uva Highlands Ceylon BOP

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Black Tea
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175 °F / 79 °C 5 min, 30 sec

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From Upton Tea Imports

Description:
A choice blend of regional Ceylons.
Origin:
Sri Lanka

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952 tasting notes

This is Ceylon BOP Item TC50B and it came as “a complimentary sample perfect for Iced Tea” with my last order from Upton. I had never used the refrigerator method before and I tried it with this. Here were the instructions:

Empty the contents of the packet into a clean jug and add a quart of cold water. Refrigerate for 12-48 hours, strain and enjoy.

The margin of 36 hours seemed a bit daunting. I tried it after about 24. It’s a nice, standard black iced tea. I’m not a huge iced tea drinker, but in my view this is better than the usual restaurant fare. That’s mostly where I have iced tea.

My boyfriend, who drinks far more iced tea than I do, though also mostly at restaurants and without a great deal of sophistication (though he does insist that it be brewed and won’t take it if it is from a mix), pronounced it “OK.”

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more

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I like this Tea Iced with sugar, Its a light crisp Iced tea with little to no astringency. It is very refreshing first thing in the morning. This is one of my favorite Iced Teas, We have bought it many times.

Thomas Edward(Toad)

This is also favorite iced tea to most of the company we have.

kOmpir

Hey Lance, nice to see you here :)

Bluii

Hello Alen :)

ashmanra

I have some UVA Highlands I wasn’t crazy about hot, so I will try it iced and sweetened and see what happens!

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Deep copper, a slight fruitiness, mild astringency. Ho hum—

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec
Stephanie

“Ho hum” I like that—such a simple expression can say it all. I’ve used it in my note just now too.

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