TK80: Tinderet Estate Silver Tips

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175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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  • “This. I like. A lot.  The smell of the leaves- cocoa.  The brewed leaves- sweetgrass.  The cup both of those plus a nuttiness.  The taste morrre dark chocolate.  It has a good maltiness just when I...” Read full tasting note
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From Upton Tea Imports

This premium offering is produced in the Lelsa subdistrict of the Tinderet Estate, which has earned worldwide recognition for fine quality teas. The flavor nuances of this special offering evolve with each sip, running from fruity to malty. Some have even detected notes of eucalyptus! A rare treat for both the white tea and Kenya tea enthusiast.

Origin: Kenya

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This. I like. A lot.  The smell of the leaves- cocoa.  The brewed leaves- sweetgrass.  The cup both of those plus a nuttiness.  The taste morrre dark chocolate.  It has a good maltiness just when I was thinking that was something I didn’t like.  And the mouthfeel is pleasant, not really buttery but not too much dryness.  This like a white version of Autumn Laoshan Black.  Toddler agrees, chocolate or perhaps he is just humoring me.  This tea wins and I’m going to need a moment alone with it now. If it reinfuses well, I will be buying lots. I need people to share this with its that good, despite wanting to hoard it.

Update to add that I took this to work yesterday and the boss who is a big white tea drinker (though she does mostly fruit blends) said “Wow Autumn, this is really good!” and I know she wasn’t humoring me. Barista boy said there was something meaty about it. I didn’t like these two steeps as much as my first session, but the leaves at the bottom were broken and there was dust, so I imagine that and brewing in a teamaker instead of glass had something to do with it.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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