There has been much talk lately about tea reviews and how they may influence tea buying and consumption. The most recent by one of favorite “tea focused with a flair”, writers Lahikmajoe Drinks Tea lahikmajoedrinkstea.teatra.de/2011/10/25/you-dont-really-want-to-know-how-this-tastes-do-you/
So here is a challenge tea bloggers and reviewers. Can you identify this tea?
Test your teaidentifying skills.
Couple of hints.
This is the dry leaf and yes it is a blend with only one other fruit addition.
The flavor is mildly sweet, slightly earthy and the nose is semi fruity.
There is a wonderful lingering hint of fruit flavor left on the palate.
The First Infusion resulted in a lovely sweet coppery color liquid.
Tea export from this country started in 1955. It is from the east where 6500 KG/ha were exported in 2010. The true dry leaf typically is included for tea blending for the overseas commercial market.
If you choose to participate please list
- The country of origin
- Type of tea
- Fruit with which it is blended
If you have reviewed this in the past include a link to your review. Any brave reviewers out there or someone just wanting to take a guess?