Darjeeling No. 37

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Black Tea
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190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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Very appreciated by connoisseurs, Darjeeling is an original black tea cultivated for more than 150 years that has very delicate aromas. Its liquor is pale and delivers a light taste. This tea is to be appreciated by itself – drinking it with a meal would hide all its delicate flavours.

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I had low expectations for a bagged Darjeeling, even as nice a bag as Kusmi provides, so this was a very pleasant surprise. Maybe I just got lucky and steeped it properly, but this is a fine and delicious example of what a Darjeeling can taste like. Light but full-flavored, very aromatic with that fruity/winey/muscatel flavor. There’s just enough astringency to make it refreshing without being bitter.

If it’s consistently this good (and I didn’t just get lucky with the steeping parameters) I may even pick up a tin of this! Darjeelings aren’t my usual, but it is nice to have one or two black teas on hand that go well without milk.

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190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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This is my first Darjeeling, so my opinion isn’t particularly well-informed. I’d definitely describe it as delicate, slightly sweet/wine-like.

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I could tell this was a high quality Darjeeling, but it just didn’t do much for me. I enjoyed it, but I wouldn’t buy a whole tin or box of it. I look forward to trying their Green Darjeeling!

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