Assam: Whole Leaf English Breakfast Blend

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From Aap Ki Pasand

Aap ki pasand brings the best selections from the famous gardens of Assam.The fertile soil in the selected parts of the state makes tea more juicy and the liquors thicker than teas produced anywhere in the world.

Our Tea Master has selected the best of the English whole Leaf orthodox style tea, after a careful look at the elite batches of finest Teas.

As Assam Teas have a strong taste and gutty liquor, the English call it ‘Breakfast Tea’ and normally drink it with milk.

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I think I might have been going about this tea all wrong. Having it with milk improves it significantly! It’s quite a revelation for me since I tend to favor not adding anything to tea that I prepare myself. Adding about 1 part milk to 4-5 parts tea to this Assam has totally changed the way I see it. (hence the increase in the score)

Before and after adding the milk I tried “pulling” the tea like they do in HK and Singapore Unfortunately since I’m nowhere near as good at “pulling tea” as the pros are, I spilled quite a bit on the table top. Oops. But in any case it was worth the effort since the tea came out smooth, creamy, and tasting like malted milk :)

I liked this so much that I’m actually now running out of Assam! I have about 1 or 2 servings left…. So for my next project, I’m going to try using condensed milk instead of fresh milk! Let’s see how that goes….

Boiling 3 min, 30 sec

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