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DJ Darjeeling Tea Mim First Flush 2012 (FTGFOP1)

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Edit tea info Last updated by Niranjan Naulakha
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190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 45 sec

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From Darjeeling Tea Boutique

Description: Coppery slender rolled leaves with a hint of green and silvering. Crisp. Fresh.

Smell: Distinct First flush with the characteristics smell of Darjeeling unique aroma which fills the entire senses. Refreshing.

Liqour: A fading light brown liqour got from a 2 – 3 min. steeping typical of the Spring Teas from the Queen of hill stations. It holds the charasteristic fragrance even after brewing, and is complimented by an equally more ambrosia like muscatel taste, which is perfect for as a breakfast tea, or as an afternoon tea, to rejuvenate the tired cells. Simply amazing; Credited undoubtedly as God’s drink.
The flavours are best enjoyed after second and third infusions.

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Distinct First flush aromas with the characteristics smell of Darjeelings’ uniqueness which fills the entire senses. Refreshing.

Liqour: A fading light brown liqour got from a 2 – 3 min. steeping typical of the Spring Teas from the Queen of hill stations. It holds the charasteristic fragrance even after brewing, and is complimented by an equally more ambrosia like muscatel taste, which is perfect for as a breakfast tea, or as an afternoon tea, to rejuvenate the tired cells. Simply amazing; Credited undoubtedly as God’s drink.
The flavours are best enjoyed after second and third infusions.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 45 sec

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