Singbulli Silver Tips SFTGFOP-1 1st Flush

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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “I had this one misfiled as a green/oolong, and I believe it's a Darjeeling -- and wow, what a nice one! Big old fluffy leaves that are, indeed, silvery. At just 2 1/2 minutes, it's a light copper...” Read full tasting note
    gmathis 1720 tasting notes
  • “This tea has changed my opinion on Darjeeling. I had a sample of a 2nd flush, where the flavor was brash and bitter and in your face. I wasn't a fan. Then this one is FLORAL! The dry tea smells and...” Read full tasting note
    MelissaW 258 tasting notes

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Downy silver tips abound in this unparalleled example of a high end silver tip first flush. You will know that spring is here when you taste the bright, refreshing floral notes and lingering sweet aftertaste that this elegant tea has to offer.

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6 Tasting Notes

1720 tasting notes

I had this one misfiled as a green/oolong, and I believe it’s a Darjeeling — and wow, what a nice one! Big old fluffy leaves that are, indeed, silvery. At just 2 1/2 minutes, it’s a light copper color with what I think is the fruitiest flavor I’ve ever encountered with a Darjeeling. Almost apple cidery. Medium weight and very silky to the tongue.

Since SpecialTeas is obsolete now, I’ll have to putter a bit and see if this variety is available under another umbrella.

Azzrian

Hope you find something comparable!

TeaBrat

Check Upton Teas, they have a ton of darjeeling…

SimpliciTEA

It’s a bummer that they went out …

gmathis

Amy, my Upton catalog is rife with highlighted longings and desires; unfortunately, my available funds for longings and desires keeps getting eaten up by necessities and unexpected unfortunatenesses ;) Soldiering on with my summer plan to use up scraps and stuff that’s getting old, with a nice treat-y order in time for good tea weather.

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258 tasting notes

This tea has changed my opinion on Darjeeling. I had a sample of a 2nd flush, where the flavor was brash and bitter and in your face. I wasn’t a fan. Then this one is FLORAL! The dry tea smells and tastes like what daisies would taste like. I can’t rate it since I don’t feel like I know what Darjeeling is yet. The varieties at tea shops does overwhelm me, from the initials given after the estate of the tea, to which flush it is. It’s very diverse.

I wasn’t sure this was a black tea, but on the package it says black tea, but the tea’s appearance looks white tea like.

Thank you Doulton for a sample of this tea.

I almost rejected the whole Darjeeling tea category, but now I am interested what else it offers

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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