Unitea-Blend Of Darjeeling & Assam Orthodox Tea

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Astringent, Metallic
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Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 3 g 10 oz / 295 ml

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  • “I wouldn’t call this a smooth cup of tea, the Assam in this blend gives it quite the metallic aftertaste. But this is quite drinkable, the Darjeeling in the blend smooths out the rough edges of the...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I decided to steep this in the gaiwan today, because… why not? So, 4g of leaf in a 4oz gaiwan, boiling-ish water, several steeps in the 20-40sec range. It’s tasty! Very malty and a bit fruity. I’m...” Read full tasting note

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An expertly created blend of fine Orthodox teas from two of the world’s most renowned tea growning areas. Darjeeling – exquisitely aromatic and flavoury and Assam – full bodied and bright liquoring, both blended in an appropriate ratio that guarantees flavour as well as strength .

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I wouldn’t call this a smooth cup of tea, the Assam in this blend gives it quite the metallic aftertaste. But this is quite drinkable, the Darjeeling in the blend smooths out the rough edges of the Assam. I’m not sure I’d like either tea on its own but together it works. It’s not very complex, just coppery and astringent with a pleasant finish. I’m not sure I’d buy this again, but will do my best to sip down this bag.

Flavors: Astringent, Metallic

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348 tasting notes

I decided to steep this in the gaiwan today, because… why not? So, 4g of leaf in a 4oz gaiwan, boiling-ish water, several steeps in the 20-40sec range. It’s tasty! Very malty and a bit fruity. I’m not sure if it’s appreciably different than it was steeped western-style, but I’m also not really paying enough attention to notice subtleties. It’s a nice, consistent, versatile blend though.

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