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A classical Assam from the second plucking period from one of the top plantations of the region. For almost 100 years now, excellent teas have been produced here, just like our quality with its wiry, colourful leaf and the strong and spicy flavour with a rich, malty character. A real delicacy, either drunk pure or with Kluntje (rock sugar) and cream, like in Eastern Frisia. It should definitely form part of any upscale tea assortment.
We would like to offer you this carefully selected, quality tea, which comes from altitudes of between 1,000 and 2,300 m. The very well-processed, wiry, slightly reddish leaf with its medium-strong, well-balanced spiciness makes this tea a smart choice as a complement to each Ceylon assortment. The bright copper-coloured cup offers us a strong and spicy aroma with a touch of malt. A real treat at any time of day!
It is rumoured that East Frisian tea is grown locally. This is, of course, nonsense, since the prevailing climate and soil conditions make its cultivation impossible. However, in the meantime, East Frisian qualities have gained a popularity that goes far beyond the borders of Germany. We are very conscious of this tradition and only process the season's finest teas in the recipes. Our East Frisian Leaf Blend has many golden-brown leaf tips and a classical, strong and spicy taste.
In memory of his prematurely deceased daughter Margaret, who had loved this garden very much, the proprietor Mr. Bagdon gave her name to the plantation in the early 1930s. Plants of the Chinese type Thea Sinensis are almost exclusively cultivated on this plantation. The slow growth of the shrubs at the cool, higher altitudes of the Himalaya forms the basis for high-grade and fully aromatic qualities! A crisp, fully aromatic tea from the beginning of the second flush period with a full amber-coloured cup. The bouquet is aromatic, spicy and a bit sweet.
For all those among the tea drinkers who still do not think our English Blend # 22637, for example, is strong enough. Select broken teas from Assam and the African continent form the basis for an extremely yielding quality, which is strongly reminiscent of East Frisian blends. It presents a marvellously dark infusion with a malty spiciness, which is at its best when slightly sweetened with a dash of milk or cream.
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