Craigmore Special Winter Frost Black Tea

description

The flavors in this specialty tea are earthy, feel dark and compelling, not unlike foggy winter nights in the mountains. And because the flavors are quite intermingled, it's a cup that demands attention but it's well worth it.

the experience

liquor

aroma

Marked by notes of burnt wood, wild greens, and fresh nuts.

appearance

Amber

taste

The liquor is big, dark and full-bodied. It starts clean, brisk and slightly woody, revealing denser flavors towards the middle. Here, notes of fresh nuts, undergrowth, and some wild flowers are discernible although they are quite muddled. The flavors fade fast and leave a fresh finish.

COMPLEMENTS

Pairs well with snacks and a bowl of fresh fruits

dry leaf

aroma

Predominantly green and leafy, marked by notes of fresh green leaves, bitter almonds and hints of burnt wood.

appearance

Short, curly black leaves, some with brown hues

infusion

aroma

Hurried notes of dried fruit and fired leaves

appearance

Choppy mahogany leaves

steeping notes

cold filtered O2 Rich Water

Temperature

Tea Leaves

Time

hot

6 fl oz

185F -194F

1.25 tsp / 0.0 oz

4 mins

Recommended number of steeps - 1

condiments

Drink Plain

Ice

PICKING DATE
31-01-2017
TIME OF DAY
Evening
CAFFEINE
Medium
BEST CONSUMED
Hot
SEASON
Winter
SPECIALTY
Frost
SKU NGWFCRSB | GRADE FP
CERTIFICATIONS