I have concluded this: Boh Tea is my favorite in the world.
Boh is grown in the lush Malaysian Cameron Highlands, and I started drinking it when I lived in Penang. I eventually was hooked on unsweetened Boh black tea. Smooth and flavorful.
I really started missing Boh tea when I moved to Saudi Arabia. I tried a wide variety of teas and eventually settled on a brand name Ahmad tea based out of London. I liked it, and I was happy.
One day, I discovered on Amazon that they sell Boh tea. I was ecstatic and told my kids that’s what I wanted for Christmas. So, sure enough, I unwrapped a bunch of Boh tea boxes which were under the Christmas tree. I ended up bringing back 16 boxes of Boh tea.
The first thing I did was a taste test – Ahmad Tea beside Boh Tea.
I tried Ahmad. “Okay, that’s good.”
And then I tried the Boh again for the first time. “Wow! Oh my goodness. Throw out the Ahmad!”
Boh blew it away. Flavor – rich & smooth with hints of green tea – so much flavor and I finally remembered why I liked it so much.
The smooth rich flavors of the tea mix so perfectly well with the smooth rich sounds of the Bose, so whether I’m punching out words on my computer or cooking in the kitchen, the Boh and Bose tandem are there to keep me company.
If you are a tea lover, give Boh a try. I am not a paid endorser. I buy the stuff by the Boht load.
So here they are, the perfect pair:
And here’s a photo I took of the Boh plantation in Malaysia when I visited a few years back.