drank Assam by GEPA
640 tasting notes

Had originally meant to brew the Assam Tonga this morning, but realized I must have run out. Well, this worked too, it wasn’t too weak this time – though I used a lot of leaf, three heaped teaspoons, and “heaped” is an understatement for the first two – the leaf was hanging over on the sides, and the “heap” was about as high as the spoon was wide.(When I said that I underleafed “this time” in my previous tasting note, I did not mean that I had overleafed this tea before, but that I had recently overleafed on several other teas before the last time I had this.)
Like most breakfast teas, it works with real milk or oat milk(or presumably soymilk, too).

Flavors: Malt

Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 19 OZ / 550 ML

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Have been drinking tea for over 15 years now(and rooibos for over 20).
I like almost all unflavoured teas(though I still haven’t really figured out Pu-Erh) and also some flavored ones.
I especially love Oolongs, and I’m always interested in anything “exotic”, like teas from less known regions, or greens/whites/oolongs from those regions usually only known for black teas.



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