The smell is very floral and the cup colour is coppery. It tastes a bit bitter, but fresh nonetheless. Definitely has a muscatel taste. And a bit of a hint of citrus.
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Simple but decent third-grade green.
Light and very delicious white.
Light, but that’s what you’d expect from a first flush. Flowery aroma, light-brown cup colour,
This is a Sencha. Really mild, but tasty. Tastes of grass.
Really delicious Darjeeling. There’s something almost floral in the smell and taste of this tea. Much stronger and tastier than a first flush.
I like Assam Hajua, and the tea-seller suggested this as a similar tea. Honestly, it’s not as good.
It’s ok. High tannin. It’s certainly strong enough.
Would like to find out more about the Greenwood estate.
This is a delicious green tea. None of the harsh taste that some people associate with green tea.
It’s by no means mild, but a strong and flavourful cup of green.
This isn’t such a good tea. I was hopeful after the tea seller described it that I’d discovered a new black tea blend. Will certainly keep trying. Nice shop, though.
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Had never heard that one could buy Oolongs from Darjeeling. Why not?
The taste isn’t bad, but it’s not the best Oolong I’ve had. I would definitely recommend it. You can never have too many Oolongs, right?
Really like this Assam.
Wrote about it a while back.
Don’t normally drink Darjeelings, but this one is fantastic.
This is a wonderful Sencha. Served it to a client today and he was so thrilled by its taste that I sent him home with a sample. You should’ve seen the smile on his face when I handed it to him on his way out the door.
Middle of the road Ceylon.
The flavour is smooth with a bit of sweetness. This tea has small, broken leaves and tastes like many Ceylons is rather mild.
Without milk this tea is ok, but with milk it’s rather good. Mild maybe, but malty and full-flavoured.
Malty and tasty. Good tea.
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