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Adawatte Estate Pekoe from Empire Tea Services

Adawatte Estate Pekoe from Empire Tea Services

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Tea Information:

Leaf Type:  Black

Where to Buy:  Empire Tea Services

Product Description:

An excellent tea from the Uva region famous for the ‘Uva’ flavor.

Taster’s Review:

This is a delightful Ceylon tea – very flavorful!

Typically, when I drink a Ceylon tea, it is as either part of a blend or the base of a flavored tea.  I don’t drink a lot of “unflavored” Ceylon teas.  Not because I don’t like them, but because, for the most part, they are quite ordinary.  Mind you, I said “for the most part,” because there are exceptions to this.  Like this tea, for example.

This single estate Ceylon is very brisk and rich in flavor.  It has a pleasant level of astringency with a slight pucker at the very end of the sip, imparting a tangy note on the tongue for the aftertaste.  No bitterness to this tea, although I don’t recommend over-steeping it.  It has a very well-rounded flavor that features notes of fruit, flower and even hints of earth.  It’s invigorating enough to serve as a breakfast tea, and makes for an excellent pick-me-up in the afternoon.

I like the smooth, even flavor of this cup, it takes well to additions like milk and honey, if you want to add them, or if you prefer your cup straight up, this one does well served clean too.  It is especially nice with a thin slice of citrus and makes a refreshing iced tea.

It is a perfect “go-to” staple that every tea cupboard needs!

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