Ntingwe Kwazulu

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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 15 sec 45 oz / 1330 ml

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  • “One of those what were you thinking mornings for me. There was more leaf here than I intended to use. This isn’t bitter but it is quite stout. Over leafing removes this from any resemblance to...” Read full tasting note
  • “I tried this again this morning because I was knocked out for some reason. Needed something to wake me up! I didn’t use a full teaspoon for this infusion, since I really want to save the bit I...” Read full tasting note
  • “The first thing that I noticed when I opened my 1-kg bag of this (via Amazon) was how tiny the CTC leaf pieces were. They are so tiny! I can’t even steep it in my Beehouse teapot, whose filter has...” Read full tasting note
  • “(moving note from 5 days ago to this listing now that I know who makes it ) tried to drink this in honor of the World Cup. WAY oversteeped it (It is very fine, almost like coffee grounds, and...” Read full tasting note

From Taylors of Harrogate

This tea has a fresh, brisk flavour and a bright liquor. A full-bodied strong tea from Kwazulu-Natal in South Africa.

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Drank this at Betty’s in Ilkley. It tastes fresh and light, very little bitterness to it.


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Enjoyed at JJ’s. Drank as chai (steeped with milk), reminiscent of tea in Uganda. Added raw sugar.

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I am a major tea buff and this is my favourite tea on earth. It is appropriately described as ‘bright.’ The flavour is strong and surprising, pleasant and unique. It is so good with milk and a little sugar and a real treat to drink. I pick up a box whenever I go to York. A truly remarkable tea that is well worth the price and time to make.

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