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Pure Ceylon Black tea (BOP 1)
Loose leaf · From Udu Pussallawa region · Good for Iced tea
This medium grown blend is malty, fresh, slightly tart, and strong. For this Broken Orange Pekoe One (BOP 1) grade tea, we use a wiry, medium-length leaf that provides this blend its malty flavour. The leaves are plucked from our plantations in the small town of Pussallawa in the Kandy District, the ancient capital of Sri Lankan royalty. Pussallawa is situated at 2,000-4,000ft above sea level and is today known for its mid-grown teas recognised for its bright infusion and coppery tone. Although appearing light in the cup (dark gold) Royal Midlands offers strength and body for a flavourful tasting experience.
AromaNotes of wood
TasteMalty, fresh, robust
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Very nice refreshing tea
This is very nice tea, it is refreshing classic ceylon tea. I liked vey much as breakfast tea. It is the fovorite Ceylon black tea type. I give it five stars. I would like also to thank customer service in Teakruthi for there interactive follow-up.
Give the grocery store black tea the boot
This was a clean tasting beautiful color black tea. I am more of an iced tea drinker, but this is delightful for hot as well. I warmed it up later and it was almost as good as fresh.
A strong taste for a strong tea,I enjoyed it
It is strong malty black tea. If you want something good for price, this is must have. With hint of lemon it is just great.
1 tsp (2.3g) per 1 cup (6 oz, 180 ml)
Near boil at 95-100 C (203-212 F)
Cold-brew overnight for Iced tea. Read more about cold brewing.
3 to 5 minutes, up to 3 times
Drink plain; add lemon; good for Iced tea