Cha Preto Pekoe- O Cha Dos Acores (Bagged)

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Pretty good for a bagged black tea…satisfying, semi-bold, not too shabby at all :) Backlogging from yesterday…

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Second and last cup of tea from Azores.

A black tea. Green tea was pretty okay, but black tea is different story. Let´s find out.

As I have read previous tasting notes, it seems it is quite weak in flavour, so I let it steep for long 6 minutes. There is nothing on the bags, so it is bit rough estimate. It turned out great. The colour of liquor is clear copper, like from some Ceylon teas.

Aroma is somehow weak and I don´t know if I notice anything. But in taste it is clear black tea. Yeah, little malty, little fruity. I notice as well some black pepper notes. Interesting for sure. Really worth trying this estate.

I have found some Czech web shop which is selling few loose leaf varietes they offer. Maybe we can make some group buy, because I am not really sure if I want to spend quite a lot for tea which goes stale.

And now I checked direct from company. Shipping to Europe is for 4,4 € which it makes even cheaper than from Czech shop. Weird, but yeah. And of course, tea is cheaper there.

Flavors: Pepper

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I would be interested in group buys in the future martin!

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A tea from the second round return of the EU-TTB (European Travelling Tea Box). From what I read it’s a bog standard black but that fits my mood fairly well.

It’s a light black tea, at least compared to British black tea bags, a drop of milk and sugar has been added. Flavour is light, malty and heavily watery. Very thin black tea, much so than I really prefer, even despite the long steep time. Husband also agree’s that it’s too weak.

Hmmm, perhaps British tea really is much stronger than most other bagged black world teas. Oh well, this goes well enough with my ginger biscuits.

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