Darjeeling FTGFOP1

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Black Tea
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Boiling 4 min, 15 sec

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  • “*Note*: This was another tea that is not sold on their website. However, they do have available another Darjeeling online. *Leaf Quality* The dry leaves of this Darjeeling are not as colorful...” Read full tasting note
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From Durango Coffee Company

Darjeeling black teas come from India and are highly prized for brewing up an amazingly bright and aromatic palate-pleasing beverage. Ours pleases the palate very well.

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115 tasting notes

Note: This was another tea that is not sold on their website. However, they do have available another Darjeeling online.

Leaf Quality
The dry leaves of this Darjeeling are not as colorful as others I’ve had. There were no light green or Pale-yellow hues to any of the laves. It smelled very much like a Ceylon Pekoe tea. Only some stems were found, along with some broken leaf pieces.

The brewed leaves showed more color. Nice green, red, and yellow showed up. Hints of chocolate, leather, and malty apple aromas were also present.

Brewed Tea
The brewed tea smelled of butter, honey, and slightly malty. It reminded me of buttered biscuits. The tea had a very beautiful copper color. As for the taste: it was malty, and buttery with a nice chocolate finish- just like its aroma.

This is a wonderful cup of tea. So far, I’m impressed with the Durango Coffee Co.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 15 sec

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