Lochan Tea Tasting – #3 Korakundha FOP 2009 Second Flush

#3 Korakundha FOP 2009 Second Flush

Dry Leaf: Raisin and not a whole lot else.

Wet Leaf: Strangely enough, spinach.

Brewed: Very mild, almost like a Ceylon/Dimbula. Very faint fruity notes but not anywhere near pronounced enough to specify. Straightforward but wholly enjoyable black tea.

I don’t want to short this tea by such a brief overview but these are my tasting notes, as-is. It’s a bright cup of tea that does one thing and does it well, no massive complexities, no super long finish or standout notes. It’s grown at one of the highest elevations I believe and the wiry partial leaves look like they have eeked out an existence high up in some tougher climes. It is slightly sweet throughout and I can’t see it benefiting from any additional sweetener, and it is a touch too mild to really stand up to a shot of milk… neither of these are routine additions for me but I thought it may help those who do enjoy it.

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One Response to Lochan Tea Tasting – #3 Korakundha FOP 2009 Second Flush

  1. Jason Witt says:

    Raisin in a black tea sounds enjoyable to me.

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