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Pure Ceylon Black tea (F BOP)
Loose leaf · From Dimbulla region · Fairtrade certified · USDA Organic certified · European Organic certified
For those who prefer a medium flavour yet strong colour to their tea, this Flowery Broken Orange Pekoe (F BOP) will definitely hit the right note. The tea comes from a single estate and is a high grown variety from the beautiful Dimbulla region known for its extraordinarily fine teas. The coarse leaf tea includes some tips along with the broken bits of leaf. It is a shorter leaf but has a bright colour and a deliciously mild flavour. This tea is a certified organic grown black tea from Harrington Estate where only plant-based organic fertilisers along with dung from grass-fed cows are used to grow sensational teas. This tea gives a copper-coloured brew that revives your senses.
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Very good tea
I recommend this product. I bought the same tea from two suppliers, this one is very good, the aroma and taste is clean, and nurture Dambulla region tea.
You're not supposed to have a favorite are you?
Out of all the teas in this order, this is my favorite. For a few reasons. 1. Organic, it's so important o my lifestyle and the facts that are explained to me in the detailed information that arrives with your tea. Again very important. 2. Single origin/single estate 3. So much care has gone into this tea and you can taste it. Very smooth, with a malty flavor with slight notes of wood or bark. The tea is not a dark tea but yet brews on the darker side. The flavor is mellow and smooth, no bitterness or aftertaste. Very well done! For more reviews please check my site: MyTeaVault.com
Classic, Fragrant & Round
A splendid organic offering for a classic, medium bodied, fragrant tea experience. The aromatic dry leaf brews up a splendid light copper color with a flavor that hits all the right notes. I taste baking spices, stone fruit (plum), and wood. I compared this to another Dimbula tea (Colonial Mornings) and they are quite similar: this one has a bit more astringency, but in a good way. Overall a very well rounded organic tea with real presence and nice, classic Ceylon flavor.
1 tsp (2.5g) per 1 cup (6 oz, 180 ml)
Near boil at 95-100 C (203-212 F)
3 to 5 minutes, up to 3 times
Drink plain; add milk, sugar, honey