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From East Pacific Tea Co.

Delightful Darjeeling from the rich soils of the Indian mountains. The subtle taste and aromatic scent of this rare tea truly is one of India’s best kept secrets.

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This has to be one of the lightest weight teas I have ever tried! Very little to no scent but these leaves look so cool! They are little hairy, fluffy sprigs of gray/snowy white needle-like thingies! Once wet – they turn a greenish-grayish-brown. The liquid post infusion is light brown. It tastes earthy but not quite woodsy and not quite floral. It has a sweeter ending and almost acts like a malty-wanna be…pretty neat for a white, indeed!

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Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me a sampling of this tea.

It’s delightful!

Looking at the dry leaves, I would have never guessed this was a Darjeeling tea. They possess that green/brown color of a Darjeeling tea – although it is quite a bit lighter, but, these leaves are long, slender, and curly, and even have some white-ish tips that made me think that this was perhaps a golden Yunnan… or even some sort of silver spindled needle white tea. But then, I’ve never come across a white Darjeeling before.

But the taste is definitely Darjeeling. Ah… there it is – Muscatel!

Woodsy, musky, with a deep fruity note that tries to hide itself amid the earthy tones. There is a slight floral note as well – just barely there. This tea seems to be almost sparkling! So crisp. So refreshing. So light. Sweet and gentle and beautiful. This is why I love Darjeeling.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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