Darjeeling Blend Second Flush

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  • “This is a blend of different estates and is described as being similar to a single-estate second flush. I do not have a trained palate for Darjeeling at this point in my tea adventures, but this...” Read full tasting note
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    latteteadah 53 tasting notes
  • “Before I begin let me say I'm not a big fan of darjeeling. I've had a few I found quite nice but for the most part.... I'm just not a straight black tea gal. For some reason I'm tasting...” Read full tasting note
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    skysamurai 326 tasting notes

From Indigo Tea Company

Darjeeling Blend Tea combines tea from various estates in Darjeeling to produce a medium bodied, fragrant tea. Classic Darjeeling “Muscatel Grape” flavor at an excellent price.
India, Darjeeling, TGFOP
Floral, mild

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This is a blend of different estates and is described as being similar to a single-estate second flush. I do not have a trained palate for Darjeeling at this point in my tea adventures, but this tea is lovely and quickly becoming a favorite. It has the rich, deep tones you’d expect from an Indian black tea, but is not as astringent as I was preparing for it to be. Sometimes being “medium” is a good thing, and this is a good, “medium”-flavored black tea. I was looking for a tea to introduce a non-connoisseur friend to the tea world, and this did nicely.

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Before I begin let me say I’m not a big fan of darjeeling. I’ve had a few I found quite nice but for the most part…. I’m just not a straight black tea gal. For some reason I’m tasting olives…Kinda bitter and… bitter fruit? Some what citursy and a slight toasty wqrmth.

What I’m trying to get at is that I think it’s …well it’s just not my cup of tea.

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