No. 18 Georgian Blend

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Black Tea
Flavors
Citrus, Creamy, Flowers, Malt
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Loose Leaf, Tea Bag
Caffeine
Not available
Certification
Not available
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Average preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 7 oz / 220 ml

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  • “I love this so much, wanted to get loose leaf but they sold out so it’s in teabag. Ceylon aroma, strong full-bodied breakfast tea taste. Can’t find the weight of each teabag so I brewed it with...” Read full tasting note
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  • “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...” Read full tasting note
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The Harrods No. 18 Georgian Blend perfectly combines Darjeeling, Assam and Sri Lankan teas to deliver a harmonious creamy cup with full-bodied liquor.

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I love this so much, wanted to get loose leaf but they sold out so it’s in teabag.
Ceylon aroma, strong full-bodied breakfast tea taste. Can’t find the weight of each teabag so I brewed it with 200mL water but turns out too bitter, maybe it’s 2.5g, so I added a little more water in it and it turns out well. I’m fond of strong teas and this one certainly caught me, it has less tannin than its bitterness, and the texture is smooth and a little thick. Definitely a caffeine boost, maybe not everyday but you’d want this from time to time. 1 cup seems a bit too much for me, half a cup would be just right.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 7 OZ / 220 ML

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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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