This tea sample is the one I was mostly looking forward. Bremer mix.
As I have found out, it is TGFOP from India, Dooars region (or should I use terroir? :) )
I do not recall having tea from there. Another Google research showed me it should be something between Assam and Darjeeling in taste and even as of the location. The plants are probably Camellia assamica.
This sample of 3.9 grams should be for two or three cups, however I did, as usual, one 300 ml glass mug.
It is indeed something between Darjeelings and Assams. Based on dry aroma I noticed mostly baked bread, chocolaty notes and floral as well.
When steeped, it was smooth and again something between florals and bold malty notes. Also again the baked bread notes appeared here as well. It was quite nicely mouth-coating, with very light astringency. Also, the tea seems to me very fresh to me and there were many diffrent colours in steeped leaves. They were from dark brown through light brown to green — Darjeeling like.
Not really exceptional-super-high-grade tea, but perfectly fine for afternoon drinking with biscuits.
Flavors: Bread, Chocolate, Floral, Malt