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A term used to describe tea manufacture, in tea-taster's terms a make that means a well-made tea or not true to its grade.

African tea producer whose teas are mainly used for blending purposes as they are coloury with good flavour.

Desirable character in some Assam teas. A full, bright tea with a malty taste.

Powdered green tea from Japan used in the tea ceremony.

Not bitter or flat.

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Meat Tea :
Another term for high tea. Natural leaf Whole-leaf green tea from Japan similar to panfired but with less rolling also known as 'porcelain-fired' tea.

A sharp coppery taste.

Mixed or Uneven:
Leaf of varying colour.

A dull, opaque liquor.

Desirable character in Darjeeling teas. A grapey taste.

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Tea that has been packed or stored with a high moisture content.

A suspicion of mould.

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