Assam Bukhial Estate TGFOP

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Black Tea
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Black Tea
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  • “I guess I’ve never logged this before because it wasn’t even in the system, but it’s just a basic Assam that I like to drink for breakfast now and again when I just want a straight up basic black...” Read full tasting note
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This exclusive estate is located in the heart of India’s Assam district. Bukhial is a tea estate belonging to the world’s largest privately held tea plantation group: George Williamson Assam Ltd. Bukhial is situated on the south side of the Brahmaputra River near a remote region called Nagaland. In this area rainfall is lower which makes the bushes grow more slowly, producing an outstanding and very full bodied tea with bold, malty flavour and astringency.

The leaf style is a very classic Assam, and this particular flush is produced in June, in order to achieve this distinct flavour and strength, for which many consider it one of the finest morning teas produced in Assam.

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I guess I’ve never logged this before because it wasn’t even in the system, but it’s just a basic Assam that I like to drink for breakfast now and again when I just want a straight up basic black tea with milk.

And it is basic, I don’t notice any underlying flavours in this one, just a hearty black tea that stands up to milk. Nothing special or overly delicious, just comforting and satisfying, with a smooth mouthfeel.

It’s one I received as part of the TOTMC my hubby signed me up for on my last birthday, and it’s served its purpose! I have about one cup left.

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