Okayti Silver Tips 2nd flush 2011 Darjeeling

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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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  • “Another from TeaboxB. I honestly had no idea if this was a black, green or white tea. It looks like a green or white but the description calls it a Darjeeling. I thought Darjeeling was black? A...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I cut back the time for this one and it's *so* good. It has a really strong dried apple ring flavor. The mouth feel of this tea is kind of dry but I think that's what gives it that apple ring feel...” Read full tasting note
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Another from TeaboxB. I honestly had no idea if this was a black, green or white tea. It looks like a green or white but the description calls it a Darjeeling. I thought Darjeeling was black? A search for ‘Okayti’ on Steepster brings up all sorts of teas. Anyway, I let the water cool a while and steeped for three minutes. The cup color looks like a white tea. The flavor is very light with a hint of apple that shows up more as it cools. It’s a very delicate flavor otherwise, that may be too subtle for my palate. It’s decent though! I think this is a white tea, just based on the fuzziness of the leaves. I really don’t like the fuzzy white teas anyway, since this one left a ton of tiny fuzzies floating around in my cup and sitting on my throat. There really isn’t anything Darjeeling about it anyway. Oh well. There is plenty of this in the teabox for everyone else to try to decipher!

Kittenna

From what I understand, darjeelings can closely resemble (or be?) green/white as well as black. I don’t quite get it myself.

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I cut back the time for this one and it’s so good. It has a really strong dried apple ring flavor. The mouth feel of this tea is kind of dry but I think that’s what gives it that apple ring feel to it. I like this tea a lot more now that I discovered a better steeping time.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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