Mmm, a smoky woody assam. Reminds me of a smoother version of a Chinese Lichee peel flavored tea I have. Nothing amazingly superior, but a unique flavor. Relaxing to drink slowly.
Flavors: Smoke, Smooth, Wood
A unique offering from the dooars or terai region in north-east India, a vast tea cultivation located at the floodplains or foothills of the eastern Himalayas mountains. This spring black tea is characteristic of light green leaves with a bright liquor in the cup, strikingly similar to spring Darjeelings. However, the flavor has a unique profile with fascinating woody notes and a slight astringency. The aroma is earthy and delightful. The strong lingering aftertaste of pinewood finishes with a mild sweetness.
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