Singtom Estate SFTGFOP1 Second Flush

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  • “This one starts off somewhat brusque and uninteresting, perhaps a bit too dark and heavy for my taste. Once the initial flavor fades into a delicate malt the floral nuances are allowed to develop...” Read full tasting note
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    robc22 144 tasting notes
  • “This is an interesting Darjeeling. I gently brewed three minutes and it seemed a bit mild for me. I will try brewing a bit longer and cooler next time. It doesn't seem as complex as other 2nd...” Read full tasting note
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    junes_flame 46 tasting notes

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An interesting and unique selection with fruity, melon nuances and hints of clove that carry into the finish. This selection can be enjoyed plain, or with a bit of milk and a little sweetener if desired.

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144 tasting notes

This one starts off somewhat brusque and uninteresting, perhaps a bit too dark and heavy for my taste. Once the initial flavor fades into a delicate malt the floral nuances are allowed to develop and linger into a deliciously spiced and subtly fruity aftertaste.

I don’t know the precise geographic location of the Singtom estate but perhaps it is in a lower elevation or in a warmer area relative to other Darjeeling estates.

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This is an interesting Darjeeling. I gently brewed three minutes and it seemed a bit mild for me. I will try brewing a bit longer and cooler next time. It doesn’t seem as complex as other 2nd Flush Darjeelings I’ve had, which disappointed me a little bit; however, its still a tasty middle of the road Darjeeling. I think I prefer a recent Thurbo estate more than this. This tea is sort of a tea equivalent of a Sauvignon Blanc; smooth and mild with touches of crispness and floral notes. There is a bit of vanilla and tropical fruit on the nose and a terribly smooth mouth feel with no astringency.

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Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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