While this isn’t BTT Co’s best offering overall or in the black tea arena, it still manages to be a great example of the Assam varietal. The tea has a thick, full-bodied flavor and a mouthfeel you wouldn’t ever find in a teabag. It is especially good when temprered with a touch of milk or cream. Unfortunately I think I cannot pull all of the flavor out of this tea due to being at high elevation where water boils at 195 F.
Flavors: Malt, Milk, Wood