Assam TGFOP

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  • “When I first got this tea In was a little dissappointed as I quite like their English Breakfast and I love their Chai, but this tea when I brewed it my normal Assam way at about 92/3 min was...” Read full tasting note

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From Assam, the land of the one horned Rhino,comes strong rich Assam tea. Na distinct variety that offers bright, full bodied liqueur that has captured the hearts of tea lovers the world over.

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When I first got this tea In was a little dissappointed as I quite like their English Breakfast and I love their Chai, but this tea when I brewed it my normal Assam way at about 92/3 min was relatively weak and dissapointing. Before I gave it away, I decided to give it another chance and brewed it at a slightly higher temperature for around 5 minute, like Ahmad’s Halmari Assam and it redeemed itself.

This one is a fruity, spicy, malty Assam. And has a deep almost rosewood red liqueur.
The scent is of cherries, sour plum, and citrus notes, malt , biscuit and spice.

The taste is relatively smooth with all of the above flavours, a touch of molasses for sweetness a very faint hint of floral, and only a very faint bitterness from the malt. This one is mostly red fruit, spice, biscuit and malt. It’s not an amazing Assam but it is a decent budget option. I’m glad I gave it a second chance!.

This is another tea company for the North and East of Toronto contingent you can pick up your orders from them directly. They have a wide selection, but I think they sell mostly wholesale. http://cjaytea.com/upload/index.php?route=information/contact.

Otherwise they sell some of their teas at Whole Foods, Starskey’s, and Highland Farms that I know of.

TheTeaFairy

Stop.bragging.about.awesome.tea.places.I.can’t.visit. ;-)

yyz

You can order from this one… The site just is a little disorganized. I actually almost never get yo the end of the GTA either.

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