El Arosa Egyptian Dust Black Tea

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Black Tea
Black Tea
Malt, Tea
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Loose Leaf, Tea Bag
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Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 40 oz / 1182 ml

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  • “A new Middle Eastern grocery store just opened a few miles from my house. I’m always anxious to check out new restaurants and food stores as they pop up in my booming neck of the woods in South...” Read full tasting note

From El Arosa Tea

Experience the aromatic loose tea with our signature blends, handcrafted and single-estate leaf teas. Our selective variety of organic and hand-picked loose leaf tea offers excellent health benefits and premium flavors. We do realize that there is no perfect moment without tea. Whether you need a small escape in the afternoon or a small kick to get you going through the morning; there is Al Arosa green loose leaf tea.

It is the first packing method for tea packing ( vacuum packing ) in this way the pack is completely vacuumed for protecting the product from the outside environment and make the product still having its initial properties.

Old is gold and so is our Black classic tea. It is the one through which we have established and maintained our reputation in the market. We invest in the finest plant and partner with the leading production companies in the market, to provide you with a mouth-watering aromatic tea. Al Arosa black tea stands for quality, aroma, and relaxation. Not only is the best companion for your breakfast meal or the superior beverage after lunch, Black tea has its own benefits that make it your health best mate.

Black tea helps:

Lowering risk of getting diabetes.

Repairing coronary artery dysfunctions in heart patients.

Healing intestinal disorders caused by the presence of tannins.

Relaxing the digestive system of the human body.

Now, is tea time; isn’t it?

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A new Middle Eastern grocery store just opened a few miles from my house. I’m always anxious to check out new restaurants and food stores as they pop up in my booming neck of the woods in South Carolina. While I was perusing the exotic meats and sweets, my wife was excited for me when she saw a rack of teas from abroad.

When I noticed this El Arosa tea on the rack, two things immediately intrigued me:

1. amazingly low price
2. packaging in a vacuum-packed brick, like coffee

I had almost nothing to lose so I brought it home for a trial spin. I made a crucial mistake when I opened the package. I assumed that the brick of tea was solid. It was not. Thirty percent of the contents poured down my sink when I opened the package at a precarious angle. You know what they say about “assume”…

After steadying the remaining contents of the package, I stuck my nose inside to get a whiff. The extremely finely ground tea (hence, the name, Egyptian “Dust” Black Tea) had very little aroma in its unbrewed state.

I brewed the powder-like dark brown tea leaves for five minutes at 212 degrees. The finished product was also dark brown like coffee. I’m wondering if the six teaspoons of tea I used to brew five cups were overkill. I’ll play with that next time.

The brewed liquid had a little more smell than its dry counterpart. The aroma was definitely black tea but I couldn’t discern its origin.

The flavor was smooth and pleasant, but mild. It had malty characteristics. If I were forced to name the variety of black tea used by taste alone, I would guess Assam.

Personally I prefer more robust flavors, but this taste was engaging enough for me to drink the whole pot and look forward to more. It is allergy season in my region so that might also explain my perceived lack of flavor clout. The aftertaste was also mild without excess astringency.

This tea is a good bargain. I would definitely recommend it for its smoothness and its mild but cordial flavor. And, did I mention price? :-)

Flavors: Malt, Tea

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 6 tsp 40 OZ / 1182 ML

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