Bemolapur Estate STGFOP1

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Black Tea
Flavors
Malt, Sweet
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
High
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Ost
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “Oh wow this is good! Malty and a bit fruity. Somewhat drying. I am a fan!!! So much yum. There is a bit of breadiness as well. I had a migraine at the time so will have to write a more detailed...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Backlog: And thank you to Ost for sending me a sampling of this tea. An excellent Assam. Full flavored and robust. This is the kind of tea you want to reach for on the mornings when you can’t...” Read full tasting note
  • “Whoa, this is a cup of yum! It’s smooth – almost creamy – with notes of malt, sweet potato, orange (maybe orange zest?), and cocoa. I drank the first cup plain and the resteep with cream and...” Read full tasting note
    93
  • “I bought this as a possible replacement for my beloved borsapori which is no longer being produced in orthodox form. It is a very nice tea, but it is not as sweet, nor does it have that milk...” Read full tasting note

From Capital Tea Ltd.

Small tightly rolled leaves with a high proportion of golden tips. These amazingly aromatic leaves produce a highly concentrated sweet and full bodied tea liquor with an incredibly rich dark chocolate-malt character. An outstanding breakfast tea to enjoy with milk.

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5 Tasting Notes

85
1757 tasting notes

Oh wow this is good! Malty and a bit fruity. Somewhat drying. I am a fan!!! So much yum. There is a bit of breadiness as well. I had a migraine at the time so will have to write a more detailed note another day :)

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4847 tasting notes

Backlog:

And thank you to Ost for sending me a sampling of this tea.

An excellent Assam. Full flavored and robust. This is the kind of tea you want to reach for on the mornings when you can’t shake the sleepy because this will do it for you.

Malty, rich, delicious notes of dark chocolate and honeyed caramel. A really nice, bold tea.

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1060 tasting notes

Whoa, this is a cup of yum! It’s smooth – almost creamy – with notes of malt, sweet potato, orange (maybe orange zest?), and cocoa. I drank the first cup plain and the resteep with cream and sugar. Both were delicious.

This one’s going on my wishlist.

Thank you, Ost for sending this my way! It’s great! :)

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 45 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
Ost

I liked this one too. Happy you like it!! :D

Nightshifter

Added to my wishlist :)

Nicole

Ooo… this one sounds good.

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436 tasting notes

I bought this as a possible replacement for my beloved borsapori which is no longer being produced in orthodox form. It is a very nice tea, but it is not as sweet, nor does it have that milk chocolate note. It also is not nearly as floral. What it does have is a good deal of malt, cream, sweet potato, fruit, and spice notes with a bit of honey. It is quite a strong tea a level tsp is more than enough leaf for 225ml of water.

The brewed tea is a bright but deeper reddish orange tone. The dried tea smells of malt, horse feed and spice.

I have gotten 3-4 good steeps out of this tea each time I have had it. The latter steeps tend to be sweeter.

2.30 min
Scent: lemon and sweet potatoes with the upper tones of malt, cream, hints of short crust pastry with lemon juice, honey, and a soft sweet and bright spice.

Flavour is deeper than the scent with first sips containing the deeper tones of malt, cocoa, and sweet potato. Upper tones are cream, soft stone fruit, light citrus notes with zest, honey, a hint of butter pastry, and a soft floral.

3.30 increased uppertones of malt, addition of some currant, stronger spice notes with zest, cream, sweet potato, honey, citrus notes. Increased astringency.

4min, honey and spice over cream and malt and breast notes with currant. Still quite flavourful. Tannic.

While I am not sure if this is my replacement tea it is quite a nice tea and I am happy to have it in my cupboard. A nice option for those who want a malty and not to sweet tea with some complexity.

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726 tasting notes

Holy Shanghai.
I don’t even know where to start.
Like. It’s just amazing.
It’s smooth and strong. Malty and sweet. Just. Ugh. This tea.
I’m a little in love with this one, to be honest.
Definitely going to order some of this when I officially order from Capital Teas Ltd. So happy they were awesome enough to send me a sample of this one!!

Flavors: Malt, Sweet

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
yyz

So glad you love this. I think this might be my replacement for my beloved borsapori estate tea which is not available anymore.

Ost

I’ve not had that one, but this one really is amazing to me! I’m super happy they sent this as one of their samples. Brilliant tea!

yyz

They’ve kept a similar description so I’m hopeful! Soon I will allow myself a new Assam order!

cookies

Went to check this one out and it has a super great price. On the wish list it goes!

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