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Biodynamically grown black tea from China’s ancient forests.
Cultivated from the ancient protected tea tree forests of Yunan Province, China, this rare and exquisite black tea makes a full-bodied and earthy infusion with a rich and penetrating aroma heavy with age and collective wisdom. The flavor of this deep amber infusion is unlike any other black tea available. Truly exceptional.
The Dry Leaves didn’t really smell like much more than an average black tea! But once infused the aroma becomes much more bold but has almost a creamy finish. I totally agree with the product description that it is UNLIKE any black tea I have tried! This is really good…so good that I ended up following it up with a 2nd infusion!
Both infusions were very comforting and tasty! That’s all I kept thinking while sipping on this! It’s bold and fairly malty yet smooth.
The 2nd Infusion was just as good as the first and just as dark and bold! I found it to be even more malty and even a creamier finish…there is a slight roasted aftertaste once the creaminess passes.
This is a great tasting and memorable cup!
Jennifer (TeaEqualsBliss) is in her upper 30s and lives in the eastern snowbelt area of the US with her husband, 3 dogs, and cat (however the number of furkids can change at anytime as she LOVES providing a forever home for many shelter animals. Her several interests include music, movies, veganism, sports, traveling, collecting Baseball Cards and Unicorns, Radio, Computers, Crafting, and of course…TEA.She started drinking tea at the tender age of 3 thanks to her Grandmother and her love for tea has gotten stronger with each year!In addition to being a co-founder/co-creator of Sororitea Sisters - her main site is MyBlissfulJourney.com.Find out more about Jennifer on MyBlissfulJourney.com.
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