New Vithanakanda SFTGFOP-1 (CEYLON)

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From Kally Tea

With this orange pekoe offering from Sri Lanka, Kally Tea again offers what we feel is the best of the best. This is graded as SFTGFOP-1. This translates to “Special Finest Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe-1. This tea is wirey with extra-long leaves and nice faint golden tipped leaves. A refined and respectable tea from one of the most honored estates.

Ingredients: Ceylon

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Just got this about a half hour ago in the mail! Woot! Thanks Kally Tea!

This is really wonderful! It’s a medium-strength, sweet-smooth type black tea.

I LOVE saying the name!!! :)

Dry – prior to infusing – this smelled a little like artichokes :)

A delightful mid-morning or mid-afternoon Ceylon!


Oh drat it all! I wanted this at noon but I shan’t! It’s a mid afternoon tea! If I’m late I shan’t have it today! Balderdash! Phooey! I SHALL DO AS I WISH! (My way equals "bliss ")
…a wee bi a foon!


Oh yes! Completely fine to drink anytime of day BUT exceptionably awesome at those times :) LOL


Hahahaha, my brain is polluted from the post I just read – I definitely read the name of this tea as “naked” something and had to do a double take!

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A really good Ceylon offering from Kally Tea. (By the way, Kally now has a full line of Organic teas … good stuff!)

This Ceylon has a certain gusto to it that I really liked … most Ceylon teas tend to be very even-tempered. Sort of just … there. You know what I mean? This one though has a good strength to it. Not over-invigorating but enough to keep me going. Robust and malty, which I always find surprising when I encounter a malty Ceylon. This is a good one.

Here’s my full-length review:

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Really lovely Ceylon tea, brisk enough to help me in the morning but smooth enough to remind me why I drink tea and not coffee. The buzz is smoother and slower. A very nice dry maltiness as well. Very dependable tea.

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