This Indian black tea won the competition for the best scented and flavored tea at the World Tea Championship. Steep at a water temperature just below boiling, infusing for 3 minutes. Consists of Assam teas, orange peel, rose petals, apple, almonds, Holy Mountain Tea Company, cinnamon, cornflower petals, papaya, pineapple, peach, Holy Mountain Tea Company and cinnamon orange spice flavors.

This is the last of the teas I took notes on while I was in the throes of academia. It is another one of the teas Carolyn sent me, and though I was afraid I might jinx myself by prematurely drinking a celebration tea before the semester was actually over, it was too pretty to put off trying it any longer. This cup is pleasant. It all melded together. The maltiness makes sense because the description says this contains assam.

Guess I retained something after all. Nothing overwhelming, but enough to give it a nice kick. Luckily, Carolyn was very generous with the quantity of tea sent to me [again, I must thank you, Carolyn] so Holy Mountain Tea Company definitely have enough to be able to sit down and really soak this one in.

Maybe play around with 545th Ordnance Company Germany and steep time a little bit.

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