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596 Tasting Notes

93

This is a truly delicious Autumn Darjeeling and much more satisfying than many first or second flush fusspots out there. I find that a 2 minute steep produces the best results: A smooth, nutty tea without bitterness. Yum.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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94

One of the tastiest breakfast teas I’ve ever tried. Strong but not overpowering. Simply delicious.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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77

Still good. I drink it every morning.

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70

I’ve had the last of this in storage for awhile, but it still packs quite a punch. Still full bodied and sweet. Lovely!

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97

Incredible, and one of the best of its type. As the others have said, it is creamy and chocolaty while also having a slight woody backnote that gives it some structure. Remarkable.

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78

Wow! This is a very lovely Darjeeling, light, fruity (muscatel!) and decidedly slurpable!

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71

Potent stuff. Need to spend more time with this.

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67

If you like classic Ceylons, this should fit the bill.

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78
drank Pouchong by Canton Tea Co
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