Nepal SFTGFOP1 Sunderpani First Flush

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205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 30 sec 7 g 16 oz / 473 ml

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  • “Not bad, another tasting sample of Gschwender which turns out o be nice. But its nothing special, a bit too bitter in the aftertaste, lacking subtle notes before. Might be worth trying more, i will...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Color: Light maple brown and pale yellows with hints of orange holding its color most of the way to the edges even upon tilting the cup. Aroma: Classic light 1st flush black tea aromas, with...” Read full tasting note
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Der erste Geniestreich der Sunderpani (“Beautiful Water”) Kleinbauern in Ilam. Ein authentischer First Flush, wie es ihn in dieser Region lange nicht gegeben hat. Bezaubernd erfrischend.

Zubereitungstip: 12 g Teeblätter (ca. 8 gestrichene Teelamaß) auf 1 Liter gefiltertes bzw. weiches kochendes Wasser; 2 Min. ziehen lassen; schmeckt ungesüßt oder mit einem kleinen Löffel weißem Kandis.

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43 tasting notes

Not bad, another tasting sample of Gschwender which turns out o be nice. But its nothing special, a bit too bitter in the aftertaste, lacking subtle notes before. Might be worth trying more, i will add it for now to my shopping list.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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30 tasting notes

Color: Light maple brown and pale yellows with hints of orange holding its color most of the way to the edges even upon tilting the cup.
Aroma: Classic light 1st flush black tea aromas, with hints of orange and lemon peel and a touch of light tobacco smoke and hidden malt.
Taste: Wonderful light spring harvest black tea flavors, yet still medium-full in flavor with a pleasant astringent finish which lasts for minutes. Lightly floral with good acidity and delicate sweetness, beautiful balance, a very satisfying and complete tea experience from aroma to finish.
Mental/Physical: Slight feeling of alertness and calming warmth after only 4oz, which continues through 16oz without becoming over intense.
Notes: The dry leaves have an incredible multi-shade/color to them. Greens and browns clearly demonstrating the craftsmanship in the processing of the leaves.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 7 g 16 OZ / 473 ML

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