A lovely, medium strength tea which definitely has the creaminess the manufacturer’s blurb claims. Initially I noticed the Ceylon and Darjeeling more than the Assam (though that might be because I’ve been drinking blends with more Assam the last few days), it has a pleasant floral aftertaste and some underlying depth without being at all heavy. Second cup I tasted more of the Assam, definitely some malt there, no bitterness and very little astringency. Could easily be drunk all day though perhaps best as an afternoon tea, a full English breakfast or spicy dinner is probably going to obscure the more delicate notes though brewed strong the Assam might stand up to it. All in all a rounded, smooth, elegant blend, very pleasurable.

Flavors: Citrus, Creamy, Flowers, Malt

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Drink blacks of a pretty wide variety (no milk,sugar or sweeteners) and whites, less keen on oolongs and greens. Will probably always prefer strong blacks but learning to appreciate the lighter varieties too, and love soft, fragrant, naturally sweet whites.



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