Ceylon Decaf

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Black Tea
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Decaffeinated
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We have selected this classic quality coming from the famous island, situated in the Gulf of Bengal, for our decaffeinated Ceylon OP. With respect to our decaffeinated qualities, we put a lot of emphasis on being able to identify a high portion of taste and optic in the decaffeinated quality! The leaf is anthracite-coloured, long and wiry, mild and yet tender in taste, with a copper-colored cup.

Steep : 4-5minutes, 203-212F, 1 heaped tsp/ serving

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I’m really hoping this is a decaf, since I started drinking it at 11PM. It really doesn’t seem like a decaf. I steeped for five minutes and the color is very dark. Rather than a Ceylon, to me the flavor profile is like an assam: deep, hearty, malty, bready, chocolately. No astringency. The dry leaves are very oaty. I’m not sure how it would taste different if it were decaf, but this is very delicious! I’m not even sure if I should be drinking a decaf this late, since I’m not sure if ALL of the caffeine isn’t here, or if it’s just less than usual. Very good! Sadly, I think this is another that Zen is removing from their stock.

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