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This tea didn’t taste too much like a Darjeeling, except in the aftertaste. I was also surprised how small the leafs where. I did 2 teaspoons for 20 oz of water. The tea leafs expanded a whole lot; so much so that they rose above the water (this teapot has a tiny strainer :( But even for it the expansion of the leafs were significant. It’s kinda weird to say one of the biggest things that stood out to me about this tea was the growth of the leafs during steeping but that’s really what it is. I wasn’t too fond of the tea. It was bitter but that could be mostly controlled by the steeping time and water temperature. There are many better Darjeeling teas out there but this one was dirt cheap so I bought it. I think it was $5 for 8oz. For that price you can’t beat that quantity.

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I just tried my first darjeeling the other day, and I gotta say the massive swelling of the leaves freaked me out too lol

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My humans just compared the free sample they received from the English Tea Store with the Ahmad Tea version they bought at a local Mideast Market. See the results: http://lyt-tea-reviews.blogspot.com/2009/12/review-english-tea-stores-darjeeling.html

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