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TEA REVIEW: Baraka Teas – Sikkim Black (2014 Autumnal Flush)

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Tea and origin: FTGFOP Autumnal flush black tea from Temi Tea Garden, Sikkim, India
Harvest: October 2014
Twitter: @BarakaTeas
Facebook: Baraka Teas
Link to Sikkim Black

I have tasted so few Sikkim teas that I’m walking into this review a bit blind. From what I remember of the last one I tried years ago, they are a bit like a Darjeeling. The aroma of the dry leaf is very characteristic of a Darjeeling, so I’m looking forward to this review.

Baraka Teas sourced this tea from the Temi Tea Garden, a garden located in the northeastern Indian state of Sikkim. The tea is grown at an altitude between 3,500 and 6,000 feet.

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