Singbulli Clonal Classic Super Fine

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Not available
Sold in
Not available
Caffeine
Not available
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by moraiwe
Average preparation
Not available

Currently unavailable

We don't know when or if this item will be available.

From Our Community

1 Image

0 Want it Want it

1 Own it Own it

5 Tasting Notes View all

  • “i think i may be very out of it due to only getting about 3 hours sleep. and i think i may have steeped this tea in not-hot-enough water. and i think i may have slipped into a worm hole because i'm...” Read full tasting note
    shmiracles 744 tasting notes
  • “This was another one serving sample I removed from Momo's B teabox.... it seems I've been trying many of them lately (probably because they are sipdowns - I tried to take some of the blends out of...” Read full tasting note
    78
    Tea Sipper 1523 tasting notes
  • “sipdown!this is another lovely darjeeling. i'm really enjoying trying a few of these darjeelings. This is slightly fruity but still has a strength to it. thanks for sharing with me terri!” Read full tasting note
    79
    Silaena 5360 tasting notes
  • “Sure, this one tastes like Darjeeling but with a slightly-bitter/tart type fruity flavor...somewhat compared to a currant, perhaps? Plus it has a carob sort of hint to it. I wouldn't say...” Read full tasting note
    72
    teaequalsbliss 6770 tasting notes

From Thunderbolt Tea

Singbulli Clonal Classic Super Fine is a very fine Second Flush Darjeeling Tea from Singbulli Tea Estate. With abundance of silver tips/buds, it comprises of well rolled tea leaves, dark brown/chocolate in appearance. It has a malty note, with lovely fruity flavor giving a full bodied cup. A lovely tea to be in the company of.

About Thunderbolt Tea View company

Company description not available.

5 Tasting Notes

744 tasting notes

i think i may be very out of it due to only getting about 3 hours sleep. and i think i may have steeped this tea in not-hot-enough water. and i think i may have slipped into a worm hole because i’m certain this past hour has only lasted 20 min.
forgive me moraiwe but i’m gonna have to review this properly one i become my self again. thanks for the lovely sample!


(posted last night at maybe 2am…)
i’m gonna drink this tea tomorrow.
but i’m up late and full of wine and wanna talk to my steepsters.
so.
this episode of Merlin is good. the second season has much better acting/writing/development. like MUCH BETTER. i’ve cheered at least 5 times during this episode. (yes i’m a cheerer.) (you expected nothing less i’m sure.) plus Gilbet from Being Human is in it. i loved that guy!!
also, did you know how many people are in the Captain America movie? i mean, Thorin (Richard Armitage), and Matrix guy/Star Trek baddie (Hugo Weaving), and even Clara (the impossible girl) from Doctor Who. i only watched the first half of the movie again because, well, i MAY have read some Avengers slash. and i MAY have needed to see the Cap meet papa Stark. maybe.
also, bonus! …my phone texting turns Armitage into ‘armpit age’. which made me laugh so hard i almost shot wine out of my nose.
ya ouch!

apparently this week i hate sleeping and fandom will carry me through.

Starfevre

Yay Avengers slash fiction!

Shmiracles

i HAD to watch it because i’ve only read 3 Tony/Steve stories so far but i swear they ALL had Tony time traveling in some way shape or form. and they all involve his father or uncle in some way. and seriously, fanfic made that movie WAY better. cuz i was NOT impressed when i saw it in the theater. jus sayin.

Starfevre

I’ve actually never seen the Captain America movie, but it’s on my list. I’ve been gravitating recently to hugging stories. Especially stories with Hulk hugging. I don’t quite know what this says about me.

Shmiracles

awww! Starfevre! i just read a story with Hulk in it and the writer did the cutest thing when the story went to the Hulk’s perspective, she talked like a 10 year old and it made my heart swell a little.

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

78
1523 tasting notes

This was another one serving sample I removed from Momo’s B teabox…. it seems I’ve been trying many of them lately (probably because they are sipdowns – I tried to take some of the blends out of the box that only one teaspoon left). Darjeelings like this are making me love them more, though this doesn’t have quite the flavor of the favorites I’ve tried recently. It’s light – maybe that is the difference between a first flush and second? I like this one, but it seems less full and complex as the others. It actually seems lemony and there is a bit of fuzziness from the leaves that I don’t love. Darjeelings are certainly diverse though, but I guess every type of tea is. Tough to describe this one!

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

79
5360 tasting notes

sipdown!this is another lovely darjeeling. i’m really enjoying trying a few of these darjeelings. This is slightly fruity but still has a strength to it. thanks for sharing with me terri!

Terri HarpLady

Was this is TB’s grab bag?

Sil

um…..maybe? lol i think so?

Terri HarpLady

Yeah, those came from TB. I enjoyed them all :)

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

72
6770 tasting notes

Sure, this one tastes like Darjeeling but with a slightly-bitter/tart type fruity flavor…somewhat compared to a currant, perhaps? Plus it has a carob sort of hint to it. I wouldn’t say Chocolate, Cocoa, or even cacao…closer to carob to my tongue. It has a woodsy lingering flavor. It’s more of a masculine darjeeling than some I have had lately. And it lingers way more than I anticipate. This is ok but not my favorite dajeeling-type to sip.

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

3071 tasting notes

I hate when my notes get evaporated. I posted on this one earlier today, & I’m sure it was a divinely inspired post, but I don’t remember what I said, & it’s gone, so…whatever…

I do recall that I enjoyed this cup of tea though :)

Login or sign up to leave a comment.