Malt Tea ( Whisky Tea!)

Malt Tea ( Whisky Tea!)

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This is a luxurious blend of strong fermented flavour of beer, smooth texture of whiskey malt and the delicious smoky taste of roasted Assam SFTGFOPf-1 long leaf tea.

A treat to your taste buds, this lovely brew is packed with the goodness of the finest leaves from Assam  that enlightens your mood, while leaving you with pleasant and subtle malty after-taste. When you want to relax after long day by bingeing on your favourite show at night, switch your pint of beer to this warm and comforting beverage that won’t let you miss the flavour of your favourite alcoholic drink.  'Single Malt' Single Estate Tea is reminiscent of sweet intense malt and fruity notes that are rare. 

It has a toasty flavour with slight bitter undertones. Malt Tea is a roasted wheat-based infusion made from wheat.

 

Tasting Notes: sweet intense malt and fruity notes that are rare. The flavour is quintessentially malty and reminiscent of famous 'Glen Valley' Single Malt Whisky's of Scotland that exude 'malt and fruit'.

Harvest:  Depending upon the nature of Black tea since it is blended

Origin:  Assam , India.

Altitude:  3700 feet app

Sourced: Direct from the small farmer

Grade:  SFTGFOPf-1

Brewing Advice:

  1. Use 1 teaspoon per cup / Small teapot (1-2 Teaspoon)
  2. No metal or plastic strainer, tea needs a freedom
  3. Heat water to roughly 95°C/203°F
  4. Pour boil water into the cup on top of the tea leaves
  5. Add a dash of cold water
  6. Steep for 2-4 minutes and enjoy

Interesting Fact:
You can re-infuse Tea2you’s teas two to three times (consumed within a day)
'Single Malt' Single Estate Tea is reminiscent of sweet intense malt and fruit notes that are rare. 

Whether you are sixteen or sixty, whether you are feeling high or low, life has vested you with authority to indulge in ecstasy. Enjoy the highland aroma and cherish the flavour of Assam

Please Save our Climate: Please don’t throw the used tea leaves into the bin, they aid to good composting. Tea2you follows the 3R rule.