Mokalbari East Full Assam

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  • “An Ode to Tea challenge – M Not a sipdown but I have never written a note for this!  It’s a couple years old now.  But it always didn’t taste very distinct to me… the leaves look odd, like if tea...” Read full tasting note
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It is getting more difficult to find great Assams, change is coming to tea country. So it is a pleasure to offer one of the best Full Leafed (FOP) Assams. The Jalan family continues their tradition of making great Assams. The honey & toasted malt flavors make for an elegant tea.
For a brisker tea try the Broken Assam.

Details: A bold bodied, 2018 Assam.
Dry Leaves: Medium sized brown leaves with golden twists
Liquor: Bourbon brown
Aroma: Soaked grains, dark honey
Caffeine Level: Caffeinated
Body: Medium-bodied
Flavors: Dark grains and floral notes
Brewing Time: 4
Brewing Temp: 212º

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An Ode to Tea challenge – M

Not a sipdown but I have never written a note for this!  It’s a couple years old now.  But it always didn’t taste very distinct to me… the leaves look odd, like if tea leaves had been stubble shaved or something. Never thought this with any other tea before. Part gold, part black.  The flavor is always so mild for an assam. Almost like water?  The brew looks dark enough to have some flavor there.  When the cup cooled, I was actually tasting lemon which seemed odd, but the second steep tasted like lemon as well, so it wasn’t just an off sip!  A bit brisk, but I went with a longer steep than I should have. Also, tomato soup which is the usual for black teas for me recently.  Second steep is heavy on the bakey cinnamon dessert flavor which is new and interesting.  Otherwise, it tastes like assam.
Steep #1  // 1  teaspoon for full mug // 21 minutes after boiling  // 2 minute steep
Steep #2  // just boiled //  4 minute steep

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