Margaret's Hope Moonlight FTGFOP1 2nd Flush

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From Terroir Tea

From north of Kurseong (“Land of the White Orchids”), this Darjeeling tea is characterized by its delicate flavours and visually appealing dry leaf with lots of white, silvery tips.
Flavour
Muscatel, peach, sweet
Harvest
Second flush, China hybrid
Processing
Very hard wither: at 950 to 1830 metres above sea level the leaves dry out quickly due to the thin and dry air; therefore, the leaves do not fully oxidize.
Elevation
950 to 1,830 metres

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Oooooooh this was a lovely gift. Thank you, Terroir Tea for this sample.

I was happy to receive it because I know what a lot of people rave about this particular terroir and variety. The company describes it as “not your typical tea,” and more akin to an oolong because of its lower oxidation. Smelling it, it has the biscuit muscatel aroma of Darjeeling in the dry leaf, albeit fruity. The tasting notes are more obvious and as sweet, muscatel, and peachy as described providing 6 ample cups western. Unlike the Makula, the texture was viscous and welcoming every time. Wood, apricot, and butter popped up in the slightly subtler ending brews, yet remained sweet.

I know that I could be more original and precise with my notes, but “peachy” is sufficient, as well as “recommended.” Get it while it’s on sale.

Togo

Does your sample mention which year is it from? The website doesn’t seem to specify that.

Daylon R Thomas

The package does not. I would guess 2016 or 17, and I know they are clearing the stock so it is probably order. I am not worried myself since I drink teas so quickly.

Daylon R Thomas

Older, sorry.

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