This is a delicious tea. I like the creaminess feel of this Darjeeling tea. I add milk to it and it makes it taste better. If you are getting into teas, then you may want to try this. As well if you are a fan of black tea then you should try this.
“Aha! Sipdown! Its gone now! Whee!” Read full tasting note
“I had this tea this morning with my hospital cafeteria breakfast (which was filling and delicious, despite the fact that the cook seemed to think that a cabbage leaf was an appropriate garnish for...” Read full tasting note
“Last night I was opening some teabags and dumping the leaves into my big bag of dried, used leaves. It was disturbing. So for some reason I decided to do the oatmeal thing again but with one of...” Read full tasting note
“Backlogging from Vacation #5: This was the last vacation tea I had. We stopped at a Cracker Barrel and they had this for breakfast. I had to put a creamer of half-and-half in mine to cut the...” Read full tasting note
The light golden black tea from the foothills of the Himalayas is considered the champagne of all teas. Expertly blended with a delicate and unique character that is likened to the Muscatel grape.
Darjeeling teas are grown in the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains in northeast India. The high altitude, soil and climate of the Darjeeling plantations contribute towards the unique and delicate taste of this tea. Twinings Darjeeling uses the finest first and second flush teas (those picked in the spring and summer) in this blend. Darjeeling is often regarded by connoisseurs as one of the finest teas. Darjeeling is best drunk black or with a touch of milk.
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Meh. Not sure what the fuss is about. It is fairly light, and I agree with some commenters who say it is better without milk or sweeteners. But I didn’t think it was anything special, and certainly wouldn’t spend money on this again in the store with other choices available. It has a nicer grade of material in the bag/sachet than some other Twinings teas, but it is unremarkable beyond that. I also noticed — and apparently this is common with Darjeelings — that it gets a bit bitter if oversteeped.
In a pinch this tea isn’t the worst tea I’ve ever had, especially considered it is mostly dust and shake, shoved into a tea bag. It is lighter than most of the black teas in its category and I can detect the faint (very faint) profile of darjeeling but you really have to focus on the taste to pick it up.
From how Darjeeling teabags go this one is actually pretty good compared to most even though it is not that good of a tea overall. I was given this box of teabags as a gift and I will be passing it on to somebody else who will hopefully enjoy it a lot more than I did.