New Moon Darjeeling

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Edit tea info Last updated by Terri HarpLady
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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 30 sec 4 oz / 118 ml

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  • “Admittedly, I haven’t drank a lot of darjeelings lately. I drank some years ago, & since I don’t follow instructions well, I think they were steeped at too high of temperature, or for too long....” Read full tasting note
  • “sipdown! Another one of terri’s teas! I think i’m beginning to discover that i’m not as much a fan of darjeelings as i used to be. There’s a flavour in a lot of darjeelings that tends to not agree...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I’m not a regular sipper of Darjeeling, I’ve had some I didn’t enjoy as much. To me this one seems fuller and silky, a small undertaste that’s pleasant but I can’t pinpoint exactly. It’s not rich...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Organic and they contribute to cancer research and wellness clinics from the sale of this tea. Sadly it wasn’t that great – sort of tasted like an over-roasted oolong or had some woodiness to it. ...” Read full tasting note

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100% Organic Darjeeling

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We have found the perfectly balanced Autumnal Darjeeling in this fresh, full leaf single estate tea. The amber liquor rests gently on the palate while delivering bright sweet muscatel notes.

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3294 tasting notes

Admittedly, I haven’t drank a lot of darjeelings lately.
I drank some years ago, & since I don’t follow instructions well, I think they were steeped at too high of temperature, or for too long.
I tend to fawn over Yunnans & Assams, mostly, but am trying to expand my horizons. So I followed the instructions.
The dry smell: kind of earthy fruity
The wet leaf smell: hmmm…it seems like most teas have a stronger wet leaf smell than dry. This is the opposite.
1 heaping tsp + 12 oz
“boil water, cool 1 min (203F)”
I did that, then steeped 3 minutes
The resulting cup: fruity & earthy. There is a brightness to it, a sweetness, a bitterness (which I kind of like sometimes), & an earthy muskiness.

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sipdown! Another one of terri’s teas! I think i’m beginning to discover that i’m not as much a fan of darjeelings as i used to be. There’s a flavour in a lot of darjeelings that tends to not agree with me. I’m not entirely sure what it is. This isn’t a bad tea but there are others i like better. Maybe i need to have a darjeeling journey to figure things out :)

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I’ve been drinking some Darjeeling here & there, & although I can appreciate a cup, I’d much rather drink an Assam or yunnan. Regardless, I seem to be compiling a small collection of darjs, & I’ve been thinking the same thing.

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I’m not a regular sipper of Darjeeling, I’ve had some I didn’t enjoy as much. To me this one seems fuller and silky, a small undertaste that’s pleasant but I can’t pinpoint exactly. It’s not rich or potent, but it’s pleasant. I don’t think it’s something I would purchase another container of, but it’s a nice cup of tea for this Sunday afternoon and I can’t find complaints about it. Earthy and comforting.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 45 sec 1 tsp 4 OZ / 118 ML

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Organic and they contribute to cancer research and wellness clinics from the sale of this tea. Sadly it wasn’t that great – sort of tasted like an over-roasted oolong or had some woodiness to it. MUCH improved with the addition of milk, which rounded it out and made it sweeter.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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