Morawaka Low Country Plantation Fresh Ceylon BOP-1

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Broken Orange Pekoe-1 provides the benchmark Ceylon color, may be considered the quintessential Ceylon tea. The pieces are leafy, not fannings by any means, and produce a cup that is beautifully balanced, bright, and crisp.

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Lovely and Crisp! Backlogging and SIPDOWN!

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Delicious. I tried the Morawaka Ceylon FBOPF-1 the other day, and today I’m trying the BOP-1. These two teas are certainly similar in composition, although I noticed more of a caramel-y sweetness to the FBOPF-1, and more of a fruity/citrus-y sweetness to this. The caramel undertones of this develop as I continue to sip, by mid-cup, they are much more obvious, but still not quite as strong to me as in the FBOPF-1.

I also notice a fuller body to this than I did with the FBOPF-1. Other than that, the flavors are very similar. They both were smooth and delicious.

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I did a whole pot of this tea this morning. It’s a mid-bodied yet burly low-altitude Ceylon – meaning a “flowers-with-chest-hair” feel. I can’t say I paid attention to the brewing specifics, but it held up rather nicely to my abuse and neglect. More-than-passable morning cup.

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