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Old 07-07-2004, 10:12 PM
Melinda
 
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Default Assam like a Keemun?

I am drinking a Tingalibam Estate Assam from Upton Tea this morning
and it tastes to me....like a Keemun. I don't know how to describe it,
but it's got that kind of...fruity? flavor to me. Has anyone else
tasted this tea (or another Assam that reminded them of a Keemun)? I
didn't notice this when I drank this tea before. Comments?

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