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A traditional India black tea from the celebrated Assam Valley, home to India’s only indigenous tea plants. Bright golden tips are a sign of fine plucking. A strong, malty cup that takes milk well.
Same tea as Peet's Assam Golden Tip. Now a Mighty Leaf Tea. Same origin, same flavor, same quality.
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• Start with a preheated cup or teapot.
• Measure 1 spoonful (3g) of tea for each cup of water.
• Bring the water to a boil; let it cool for 30 seconds (200° F) before steeping tea for 4 minutes.
• Strain leaves while pouring.
5 of 7 Reviews |
Assam golden tip is my favorite! I buy it by the pound, and I have not found it to be any different under the Mighty Leaf brand.
It is with great sadness that I learn Peet's is out of the tea business. I've been a customer for well over 20 years and it has been my go-to source for tea. The quality of Mighty Leaf is significantly lower that what Pete's provided. Unless the quality changes, I'm afraid Peet's has lost a long and loyal customer. What a disappointment.
Mighty Leaf (horrid name) is cheap tea....nothing like Mr. Peet's justifiably priced fine tea. This is overpriced mediocrity, trading on a previous reputation. It was a point of impeccableness, pride, for Mr. Peet, scion of generations of Javanese tea and spice traders, to only sell the best tea. Now that the new company has taken over, the quality has plummeted. Don't waste your money. Bet they don't publish this.
I wrote a review here last week, but I see that it is not showing so I will write another. I enjoyed Assam Golden Tip tea for about 10 years. Unfortunately, this new version by Mighty Leaf is not at all the same. It is terribly bland and not as aromatic as the old version. BRING BACK PETE'S TEAS, PLEASE!
My wife and I love the Peets Assam Golden Tip, but since it wasn't available we tried the Mighty Leaf, and were disappointed. The flavor of the new tea was flat, and didn't have the same character and flavor of the original.
So, we returned it.
Please bring back the original Peets teas.
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