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Don't forget: We're giving away some free tea!  While you follow along on Beyond the Leaf, be sure to read about Bill's India trip.  Leave a comment on any (or all) the posts titled "Travels in Tea: India" and you will be eligible to win a selection of five of our best Indian teas (2oz package each), including some tea from Bill's trip!

(Each commenter, from every post about Bill's India trip will be entered into a drawing until April 30th, 2014. You can enter multiple times by posting comments on different "Travels in Tea: India" posts.  Winners will be announced on May 1st, 2014.)

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  • Posted by rjrugroden on

    That got my attention! :) Thanks for the wonderful tea knowledge.

  • Posted by paul rader on

    How is the Nahorhabi? There was a year, maybe 12 or 13 years ago now, when I had an incredible one from Peet’s. A bygone era for Assams, it would seem…

  • Posted by billw on

    The Assam Nahorhabi is EXCELLENT. It’s thick, malty, heavy, with a tiny hint of sweetness and very smooth. Assams have changed a lot in the last few years, thanks to climate change, and it’s getting harder and harder to find those thick/rich/complex Assams of old- this is one of them.

    And you’re right it is somewhat of a bygone era, but every once in a while we can find one of those old school high-grade classic Assams. New Assams are tending to be more bright with more flavor notes up front and less weight/thickness/thick maltiness.

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