Duke & Duchess

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  • “I'm on my 2nd cup of this blend, & I'm thinking that I need to up the quantity of leaf next time. This is a blend of silver needle, Darjeeling, and Kenyan, created in honor of the engagement of...” Read full tasting note
    Terri HarpLady 2855 tasting notes
  • “sipdown (280) Another thanks to terri that i'm getting to try. I know i'm bringing home at least 3 teas this weekend from my parents place so i need to get down at least another 3 after this so...” Read full tasting note
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    Silaena 4669 tasting notes

From The London Tea Room

Blended by the Royal We in celebration of the engagement of Prince William & Kate Middleton. This unique blend consists of Silver Needle ( tea for Royals), Darjeeling (enjoyed by the Queen) and Kenyan (whence their engagement came).

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I’m on my 2nd cup of this blend, & I’m thinking that I need to up the quantity of leaf next time. This is a blend of silver needle, Darjeeling, and Kenyan, created in honor of the engagement of Kate & the Prince.
I drank the first cup while I was making myself breakfast (Brussels Benedict anyone?). I’m having the 2nd cup with breakfast.

A little history: I bought this tea to go with the steepster bookclub, as the title of the tea was perfect for two of the characters in the book. I drank it a few times, & sort of dismissed it, quite honestly, as “ok, but not exciting”.

Today, it is interesting. There are floral & fruity flavors & a certain brightness in there, mostly from the darjeeling I think. I love Kenyan, & the depth, & body of it is in there too. Given the choice, I’d probably just prefer a bold cup of kenyan, but this is a nice change of pace, & a satisfying cup.

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sipdown (280) Another thanks to terri that i’m getting to try. I know i’m bringing home at least 3 teas this weekend from my parents place so i need to get down at least another 3 after this so that i feel like i’m making progress in getting to 200 lol.

This is a neat blend because it’s got a variety of teas in it. it’s a bit astringent but not overly so.

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