Glenburn Spring Chinary

Tea type
Black Tea
Darjeeling Tea
Flowers, Grass Seed, Honeydew, Melon, Orchid, Peas, Sweet, Sweet, Warm Grass
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Bulk, Loose Leaf
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Average preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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A subtle bodied black tea with refreshing notes of sweet peas and orchids lingering across its flavor profile.
Its gold-colored liquor expresses brisk palate notes of grass seed, sweet peas and orchids underscored by a touch of astringency. Marked by a vegetal finish, this sprightly medium caffeine black tea is an ideal pick for those indolent afternoons.

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Lament and sipdown. I wish I had more of this because it really changed my perceptions of Darjeeling. Never before would I think a black tea to taste so much like a fresh oolong or green tea. It is herbaceous, nice, and invigorating. Considering it cured my headache and my caffeine withdrawal symptoms, this is one of my personal favorites. It also made me want to try even more of Teabox’s teas: namely, the Glendale Silver Needle Spring White. I love rosy teas, and I’m actually a bit of a white tea drinker.

Yet there’s the shipping and budget to consider. And the sheer amount of teas I already have. And the few teas that are coming. But. My eyes will be on that one the next time it goes on sale. This one and the Giddapahar Special Muscatel included.

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