This tea used to be so good! A solid black tea, not too weak, with bananas!
Now, it is lemons. It is bitter, and it is bad. Milk doesn’t help it. I don’t like this anymore.
If you like lemon tea, though, it might be your thing.
“This tea used to be so good! A solid black tea, not too weak, with bananas! Now, it is lemons. It is bitter, and it is bad. Milk doesn't help it. I don't like this anymore. If you like lemon...” Read full tasting note
“Not bad but quite weak, I'll not try the decaf Assam again. I knew that the decaf may not be as strong as a regular Assam but this one is just too weak to me :(” Read full tasting note
“A nice mellow Assam tea with delightful toasty notes and a slight sweetness. While it is not as complex as some full caf Assams I've had, it is nonetheless very nice. It makes a soothing cup to...” Read full tasting note
“No flavor, but bitter. Yuck.” Read full tasting note
The top standard of decaffeinated Assam available, and by far the most flavorful, and best we have cupped. Please note that even the best decaffeinated teas lack some of the flavor and complexity of their unprocessed counterparts.
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As good as it gets for my taste and I tried Harney Decaf Assam, English Teastore Breakfast Decaf. This one has a full taste, stronger than any other Decaf listed in my tasting and I really like malty feel. The only reason, I do not give it perfect score because I am still looking for the punchier decaf, with a bit of bitterness to it.