Makulu Clonal SFTGFOP1

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  • “#tiffanys2021sipdown Tea #114 overall / Tea #30 for March Thursday 3/25/21 — another easy one. Got this from a swap or buy awhile back (although it looks like from amoda subscription which I do...” Read full tasting note
  • “Managed to sneak in one last cup of tea before I have to get ready for work right away! I’m always excited to try a new Nepalese tea, and I’ve really enjoyed the offerings from Terroir Tea that...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Hmm, I was hoping for some walnut and dark chocolate notes going by the description, but I got 70% drier, woodsy notes followed by softening 20% softening honey, and a surprising, remaining 10%...” Read full tasting note
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From Terroir Tea

A premium black tea grown in Nepal that has natural notes of dark chocolate with wood, sweet honey and walnut undertones. SFTGFOP1 is the very finest, standing for Super Fine Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe indicating it contains many young golden tips. Steep a generous 2 teaspoons for full flavour!

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#tiffanys2021sipdown Tea #114 overall / Tea #30 for March

Thursday 3/25/21 — another easy one. Got this from a swap or buy awhile back (although it looks like from amoda subscription which I do currently subscribe to) made hot plain pitcher to pour into kombucha jar.

#tiffanydrinkstea #tiffanys2021 #tiffanysfaves #tiffanyinthe614 #tiffanysteasipdown #sipdownchallenge

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Managed to sneak in one last cup of tea before I have to get ready for work right away!

I’m always excited to try a new Nepalese tea, and I’ve really enjoyed the offerings from Terroir Tea that I’ve had so far so adding this to my Amoda sample order was a really easy decision for me.

Dry, the leaf reminded me a lot of Glossette raisins: smooth, sweet and chocolatey with that raisin undertone to it. Now that I’m drinking it steeped up, I’m finding it a lot more malty/woody and floral, with some raisin/muscat sort of undertones and just the tiniest hint of cocoa and overlying sweetness in general (perhaps the honey that’s described). It’s fairly medium bodied overall, with a nice balance of flavour and softness to the top notes and finish. Pretty different from the dry leaf aroma, overall. I really love how smooth it is though, and the thickness of the mouthfeel.

Reminds me loosely of a 1st Flush and 2nd Flush Darjeeling cross/mix.

MrQuackers

If only you drank teas like this all the time. :)

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Hmm, I was hoping for some walnut and dark chocolate notes going by the description, but I got 70% drier, woodsy notes followed by softening 20% softening honey, and a surprising, remaining 10% mineral note. Roughly, of course. This also has a thinner mouthfeel so I can’t see this going too well with milk. Not my idea of a black tea but I’m sure there are some tea drinkers out there who would appreciate this more than I.

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