Rwandan Black Tea

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Named after the central African country where it is grown, this tea is produced by the orthodox method, at an elevation of approximately 2000 meters in the northern part of the country. Rwanda is landlocked but is noted for its lakes. Although close to the equator, the country has a temperate climate due to its high elevation. Rwanda is known for its rare mountain gorillas, made famous by conservationist Dian Fossey and the movie, Gorillas in the Mist. This black tea is made in the style of low grown Ceylons with tightly twisted chocolate-colored leaves that produce an amber cup with a medium-body and astringency. This tea has a pleasant sweetness with a honey-like aftertaste. Infuse for 3-5 minutes with boiling water. Good for a second infusion.

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6768 tasting notes

black logging and sip down – see previous notes…lots of backlogging on tap…sorry to flood your dashboards (in advance!)

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4843 tasting notes

This is a very pleasant black tea – rich and robust with a lovely sweetness to it. The description suggests a honey-like aftertaste and I get that as well. A moderate amount of astringency. Very nice!


The second infusion is even better than the first! So YUM!


I’ve never tried this one…sounds good!

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