Craigmore Estate OP (TN77)

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From Upton Tea Imports

The crepy, bold OP leaves yield a medium-dark liquor. The cup has light cedar notes with a clean, crisp character. While this selection is well-suited for hot tea, it also makes an excellent iced beverage.

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6768 tasting notes

Yum! This one is a step up from both of my last cups! It’s a bit more powerful and crisp and clean. It doesn’t have a creamy flavor but it has a somewhat creamy or quesi-velvety texture! I think this would be a good black tea to have just about any time of day! It’s a no-muss/no-fuss type black tea. A nice medium strength!

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We ordered two ice tea samples with our latest purchase and when the husband requested I make ice tea before dinner and I saw the other was recommended as a 6 hour cold brew, this was the obvious choice. The sample had a little over 6 teaspoons worth of leaf which was not quite enough for a full 64oz pitcher, but it was about 3/4 full.

I could smell the tea as it was steeping and it was quite lovely. The liquor came out a striking orange that was toned down to copper when diluted. I was smart and tasted some before the food, husband was not and thus said it had no taste. I actually liked it, more than any recent hot Darjeeling experience, it had a slight natural sweetness that lent itself well to cold tea, but it is mild and floral. I would try to resteep if ice trays didn’t take so long freeze. Will update if I decide to make two hot cups tonight.

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Thank you TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of this tea. A really good Nigiri. Sweet, malty and rich. Very flavorful. Too much leaf = an astringent tea with this one, so measure carefully. Don’t eyeball it. I learned the hard way!

But, a rounded teaspoon per cup produces a very flavorful cup that is more woodsy than it is floral or fruity. I like this one.

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