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East Frisian TGFOP

This tippy, whole-leaf version offers more complexity of flavor, while still maintaining the body and strength characteristic of East Frisian tea blends.
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Steeping Suggestions
Leaf Quantity: 2.25 g/6oz cup
Steep Time: 5 min.
Water Temperature: 212 degrees (boiling)
East Frisian TGFOP Reviews
Overall Rating: 4.5 / 5.0 (based on 4 reviews)

Interesting Variation
Chris – NE – June 19, 2020

Delivered a complex flavor with toasty notes. A nice break from ordinary black tea. If brewed strong, delivers a dry bite.

TGFP: Too Good for Ordinary People
Maria – CA – April 20, 2020

I kid, of course, but that's what it should mean. It conjures late morning meetings with heads of state. Visits to a high-end tailor on Oxford Street. Signing life-changing contracts in the comfort of your home office. A sense of decorum but strapped to a pair of skis. This tea is just too good. I'm ordinary, but I love it.

Not quite as good as the BOP blend, but…
A – NJ – December 17, 2018

While I prefer the BOP version, this is a great afternoon blend. That said, it’s still worthy of 5 stars. Smooth from start to finish, and for me, it only needs a touch of sweetener. I’ll probably try the Sunday Tea next. But this is on my hit list.

Strong W/O Being Bitter
Coulter – ID – November 13, 2018

This is a very good tea. Better I expect than the lower grade that is offered. This tea is nice and malty and packs plenty of flavor. While it is strong it is not bitter. It works very well in the traditional East Frisian manner of pouring it over rock sugar and then adding cream. Take your East Frisian tea to the next level with this blend.

East Frisian TGFOP Review