Pure Assam Leaf Tea

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From Taylors of Harrogate

Taylors Assam Tea is made from tea leaves grown in the rich and fertile plains of the Brahmaputra Valley in the Assam region of northeast India. Taylors Assam Tea is full-bodied with a strong, malty taste and a brisk, invigorating flavor. Taylors Assam Tea is chosen from the very best tea in Assam. The tea is harvested during the peak quality seasons in May and June.

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This tea gets better each time I drink it. Maybe I’m just getting used to it, not sure. Its a very good assam tea, not fantastic, but good. The tea is brisk and robust with a little astringency. A nice tea.

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The tea has a bit of too-fine tea dust in it, which would leak through my strainer into the cup and make it horribly bitter, but shaking the tea in the dry strainer for a bit removes that problem. After steeping for 4 minutes, it produces a satisfying cup, with a slight but nearly unnoticeable bitterness at the end. A full, round flavor that takes a drop of milk very well.

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Somebody left a stack of these bags on the pay-it-forward table at work. I snagged them, chiefly because you don’t often see a bagged Assam that simply advertises itself as an Assam.

It performs as advertised. Not top shelf, but a decent bagged tea that isn’t sharp or acidic and behaves exactly as you expect with some low, sweet, bready flavor. Excellent choice for work or groggy mornings.

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