Wild Monsoon

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Pure Ceylon Black tea (OP)

Loose leaf · From Ruhuna (a.k.a. Southern or Matara) region

We harvested our Wild Monsoon blend from the Southern province of Sri Lanka in the Ruhuna tea district. This tea grows in an area nourished by high humidity and monsoon season, and surrounded by diverse wildlife. The forests of Ruhuna are home to elephants, leopards, bears, wild boar, deer, giant flamingos, and of course, the finest teas. The area is teeming with life; it is never dull. Dark gold in colour, this tea is mild, malty, and fine, and delivers to your pallet a lively flavour that tastes like adventure.

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Roasted nuts
Dark gold
Mild, malty, fine

Health benefits of our Wild Monsoon tea

Wild Monsoon is the perfect alternative to coffee, providing a healthy dose of caffeine to get going. Wild Monsoon is rich in antioxidants that help reduce cholesterol and the risk of heart disease, and contain Polyphenols have been shown to reduce the risk of Breast and Ovarian Cancer in women and Prostate Cancer in men.

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Finally gave this tea a go – it was the last of my batch of free samples from teakruthi that I’d yet to try out. I made it up as a larger Western style of mug to drink while just lounging around and catching up on some comics so it wasn’t something I was giving my undivided attention to. More of just a casual cup.

I liked the flavour a fair amount – lightly sweet and nutty but mostly just a little bit malty. However, as nice as the taste was I found it a bit boring overall and really simple/lacking nuance. It was also just a smidge flat/weak. The thing I was craving most of all from the profile by the time I’d finished the mug was just more body in general – that would have gone a long way. I could probably at least partially achieve that through longer steep time or maybe just more leaf in general. I’ll have enough left for some more experimentation if I remember though…

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