Darjeeling Margaret's Hope FTGFOP1

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Black Tea
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Average preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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  • “Dry.White.Wine. The taste progression of this tea is super fast but highly noticeable. It goes something like this (but in a blur): slightly sweet, floral, grape skin bitterness, sweet, and...” Read full tasting note
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    LFINCH 161 tasting notes
  • “Snowy week followed by a snowy weekend. I'm staying inside, and I'm sipping this tea with relish. It's a nice smooth tea with a good flavor - neutral when compared to some of my flavored teas. It...” Read full tasting note
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    tamarafox 76 tasting notes
  • “Heavy on tannin but lacking in flavour. It's just kind of sour and bland. I think this sample is too old. :( Not gonna rate it because I think it's age-damaged. It seems like a popular variety, so...” Read full tasting note
    manjari 46 tasting notes
  • “Summer fun is ending, so it's back to sipping and making notes about it. This tastes of citrus with some woodiness to it. The little bit I have left is older than is ideal, but still good.” Read full tasting note
    dalril 60 tasting notes

From SpecialTeas

Once again, Margaret’s Hope has produced an outstanding second flush with sought-after muscatel flavor. The wonderfully tippy leaves infuse to a medium-bodied cup with elegant fruity flavor and nutty notes. A must-try for single estate devotees and newcomers alike!

Recommendations: Use 1 level tsp. per 6oz. cup; heat fresh water to a roaring boil; let steep for 3 min. Try with some rock sugar.

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9 Tasting Notes

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161 tasting notes

Dry.White.Wine.

The taste progression of this tea is super fast but highly noticeable. It goes something like this (but in a blur): slightly sweet, floral, grape skin bitterness, sweet, and ends with lingering bitterness. The astringency level is moderate…just enough to be unpleasant. It really does taste like a dry white wine…and it’s a wee bit odd to drink it hot. Wombatgirl gave me this sample when she was in Nashville. Thanks chick!

Time to drink some water to re-hydrate my mouth. :)

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76 tasting notes

Snowy week followed by a snowy weekend. I’m staying inside, and I’m sipping this tea with relish. It’s a nice smooth tea with a good flavor – neutral when compared to some of my flavored teas. It pairs nicely with just about any food. A classic!

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46 tasting notes

Heavy on tannin but lacking in flavour. It’s just kind of sour and bland. I think this sample is too old. :(

Not gonna rate it because I think it’s age-damaged. It seems like a popular variety, so I’ll have to see if I can get a fresher sample from somewhere.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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60 tasting notes

Summer fun is ending, so it’s back to sipping and making notes about it. This tastes of citrus with some woodiness to it. The little bit I have left is older than is ideal, but still good.

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911 tasting notes

Dug this up from the back of my tea shelf. This has got to be way old. Barely enough for a single cup but what the heck. Is nuttier than I remember. But all in all, a lot better than I expected when you consider how long it was lost in the pantry.

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