Dilmah Medawatte

Tea type
Black Tea
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Flavors
Malt, Tannic, Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by E Alexander Gerster
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 30 sec 10 oz / 300 ml

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  • “I am still alive, just went for two days visit my friend in different region, we hiked about 20 km in the mountains (in one day). Pretty nice days. I got this tea bag in “big bags section”, so it...” Read full tasting note
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An immediate sensation of strong, rich and full bodied flavour with an extra dimension of complexity and extract leading to a very satisfying mouth feel.

Mid Grown
Grown at an elevation between 600m and 1,200m.

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I am still alive, just went for two days visit my friend in different region, we hiked about 20 km in the mountains (in one day). Pretty nice days.

I got this tea bag in “big bags section”, so it is probably quite old.

“Watte means Estate, Medameans Mid” — that’s what they claim on back side of tea bags.
Mid Grown (2000-3000 feet altitude)
Another statements: “Strong, pungent & full-bodied. In the style of a Shiraz!”

I don’t recall drinking Shiraz wine, but whatever. Tea brewws dark mahogany colour, celar and strong tannic aroma. Tea itself isn’t much different. It’s quite tannic, but as well nicely malty, strong taste and overall very “tea like”. Not very complex in taste, but caffeine booster for sure (I need it though). And overall nice and enjoyable. Fresh would be better.

Flavors: Malt, Tannic, Tea

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 30 sec 10 OZ / 300 ML
ashmanra

I think Shiraz might be the name of a wine flavored iced cream Youngest had in…Poland? Somewhere? She loved it, whatever kind it was! Maybe Youngest will check in and let us know!

Good to see you back!

ashmanra

Oops. Nope. She says the ice cream was Malaga ice cream. I was wrong!

derk

Shiraz is called Syrah here in California. Maybe you’ve had Syrah? Also if you change the g to k in that ice cream, you get a fun Greek word.

White Antlers

@derk-The Brits would call that a ‘tosser.’ lol

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