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From Chad's Chai and Tea Company

Nestled in the Himalayan foothills of northern India, the altitude, weather and rugged terrain of Darjeeling come together to give us what many consider to be the best black tea in the world. One of the defining characteristics of a great Darjeeling is its “muscatel” or floral character, and this single-estate Darjeeling is bursting with it!

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I’d not paid attention to if I’d had a darjeeling tea before, so I figured I’d get a cup of this with lunch to see if I could note anything of interest. Luckily, the place that I had lunch at is skilled in the ways of tea making, and actually uses a timer to make sure things steep correctly before serving it!

The tea was good. Lighter than other black teas, floral notes, mild, with very little astringency. I know Adagio offers several darjeelings, so I’d like to try samples of the different ones at some point to learn what the commonalities are between darjeelings. That, and I want to try samples of other black teas to learn more about regions, etc, and to know more about a black tea by taste. All that is to come in the future, though….

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I wonder how this compares to their “Ooooh Darjeeling”. Similar name, similar flavor and aroma profiles?

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