Berry Malt Black

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Blackberry, Malt, Raspberry, Sugarcane, Apricot, banana, Cocoa, Honey, Plums, Stonefruits
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 g 45 oz / 1330 ml

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  • “☑ Berry ☑ Malt ☑ Black Have to love a tea that delivers what it promises. Very prominent raspberry/blackberry, turbinado sugar sweetness and fruity/funkiness, and a malty backbone. Perhaps a touch...” Read full tasting note
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  • “One of the few non-puehr reds that White2tea started offering in the last couple of years. I have never been disappointed with their pu so decided to try their reds as well. The dry leaves are...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Had a little bit of this steeped up Grandpa over the weekend whilst reading comic books; pretty smooth and malty, with hints of cocoa and blackberry(ish) undertones. Subtle-y berry though, and...” Read full tasting note

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The Berry Malt Black is made from Puer large leaf varietal material, but is processed as dianhong black tea. The tea has been processed naturally and sun dried.
Berry Malt Black has a malty complexity and sweetness with a subtle floral character. The tea has solid endurance and a medium body. Easy to drink all day without being overwhelming.
Each purchase is for 50g of tea.

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☑ Berry
☑ Malt
☑ Black

Have to love a tea that delivers what it promises. Very prominent raspberry/blackberry, turbinado sugar sweetness and fruity/funkiness, and a malty backbone. Perhaps a touch of licorice in the later steeps. Mild, pleasantly tannic.

This has more fruit flavor than some flavored teas.

Flavors: Blackberry, Malt, Raspberry, Sugarcane

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 g 45 OZ / 1330 ML

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One of the few non-puehr reds that White2tea started offering in the last couple of years. I have never been disappointed with their pu so decided to try their reds as well.

The dry leaves are large and wiry: their texture almost compels you to touch them and play with. The dry leaf aroma is not very intense but pleasant: malt and dried stone fruit.

The Western-style brew that I prepared was quite satisfying. Dark honey, dried apricots, bananas and dried plums dominated, but there was enough of a malt/cocoa backbone to prevent it veering into the excessive fruity cloyness.

The aftertaste is quite malty, but not in a jarring way that is too common for many Assams.

This is not a complex tea, but it is well-balanced and smooth. This dianhong kept growing on me as I went through my pot and then made it again the next day. A good choice for the every-day tea.

Flavors: Apricot, banana, Cocoa, Honey, Malt, Plums, Stonefruits

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Had a little bit of this steeped up Grandpa over the weekend whilst reading comic books; pretty smooth and malty, with hints of cocoa and blackberry(ish) undertones. Subtle-y berry though, and definitely more focus on the malt/cocoa/brisk citrus peel vibes.

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