Really good strong tea. Do pay attention to the brewing times it can get bitter. It has excellent character, distinct woody scent, it has that bitter taste that I appreciate in real teas. Well worth the purchase to wake yourself up in the mornings.
“Second Review. I forgot that I had this tea because I poured it into a short canning jar, and it traveled to the far back of my tea cupboard where I found it huddled with my teacups. Nice surprise...” Read full tasting note
“My afternoon pick me up. Back in my cupboard thanks to Brandy3392. Ah yes! I remember why I like this one so much. Malty. Bright. I would also say hoppy/floral. Hoppy because the wet leaf...” Read full tasting note
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“Loose Appearance: dark small curl leaf Aroma when Dry: sweet, cocoa notes, hints of malt After water is first poured: malty, sweet At end of steep: malty raisin Tea liquor: At end of steep:...” Read full tasting note
Malty full bodied flavor, with hints of oak. The other drink of the Highlanders.
98% or more of this tea comes from estates that are part of the Ethical Tea Partnership. The ETP is an initiative started within the tea industry to monitor and regulate living and working conditions on estates around the world.
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