Berubeula Estate Ceylon OP1

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  • “I also had to oversteep this a couple of times before I got it right. 2g of leaf, 10oz of water that boiled and then rested for a bit, 3min steep. This time, there’s a lovely sweetness, a slight...” Read full tasting note
  • “I’ve had this cupboard for a while. The first few times I had it I think I overleafed or over steeped it as I did not experience the delicious fruitiness and spice that I am getting today. Today...” Read full tasting note

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Richly aromatic long wiry black leaves. These leaves produce a medium bodied and smooth tasting tea liquor, with an intense aroma, and deep flavour notes reminiscent of chocolate and blackberries.

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I also had to oversteep this a couple of times before I got it right. 2g of leaf, 10oz of water that boiled and then rested for a bit, 3min steep. This time, there’s a lovely sweetness, a slight fruity tartness, a bit of malt and cocoa. Nice, but apparently a bit finicky. :)

Teatotaler

Sounds like my kind of Ceylon! I just might have to try this one.

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I’ve had this cupboard for a while. The first few times I had it I think I overleafed or over steeped it as I did not experience the delicious fruitiness and spice that I am getting today.

Today after steeping 1tsp in 225 ml of water at around 94°C for 3 min I have a tea that’s yielding a lovely spicy, fruity tea. This tea has notes of brown sugar, yam, malt,cocoa, blackberry, cinnamon, and a faint floral clover nectar. The second steep remained delicious and smooth even though I rediculously over steeped it.

I would purchase this tea again if Capital Tea restocks it, in the mean time this one is tempting me. http://www.capitaltea.com/shop/product.php?productid=247&cat=3&page=1!

TheTeaFairy

Mmm. That ceylon sounds really good…and what’s up with 100g for only $9??

yyz

Capital Teas does have some really nice Ceylon’s at good prices. The Lumbini always makes me think of you and Dexter because it has some pretty nice Cherry notes, but caramel, malt and raisins sounds amazing how when I’m in the mood for something warming.

TheTeaFairy

Lol, cherries, oui, oui :-) adding Lumbini to wish list!

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