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Tiger Assam from Andrews & Dunham Damn Fine Tea

Tiger Assam from Andrews & Dunham Damn Fine Tea

Tea Information:

Leaf Type:  Black

Where to Buy:  Damn Fine Tea

Tea Description:

We are delighted to offer you this Tiger, our latest Assam tea. It’s resilient yet refined, gentle yet ass-kicking, crouching yet leaping. Prepare it any way you like and it’ll taste great. Forget it on the counter? Brew it a little hastily in a travel mug? It’ll still taste great. Tigers are like that. They don’t get discouraged. They don’t have off days. They deliver 100% tiger, at all times.

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

I am in love with this tea!  Seriously, I’ve only consumed about 1/4 of my mugful of this tea, and I’m already head over heels in love with it.

I’ve consumed a lot of Assam tea over the years, and I’ve liked some better than others.  But this … this is one of the very best I’ve tried.  In fact, as I sit here, contemplating this tea and trying to think of other Assam teas that I might enjoy just as much as I’m enjoying this, there is only one that comes to mind.  That’s pretty impressive, given the sheer number of Assam teas that I’ve sampled over the past ten years or so.

It is strong and rich … and just like a tiger, it will most assuredly kick your butt.  If you are still half asleep when you reach for a cup of this tea, you won’t be after you’re half way through the cup.  This tea has that GUSTO that you want from an Assam, it is robust and malty and delicious.  It starts out with a smooth, caramel-y taste, slightly earthy, and as it transitions to the finish, there is just a hint of bitterness to the taste.  Just a slight intonation… enough to let you know that you’re dealing with a TIGER!  The finish is astringent, and this astringency slowly begins to dry your palate … a drying sensation that lasts into the aftertaste.

If ever there was a perfect Assam, I would say that this would be it.  It is as close to perfect as it can get!  And I love it.

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