Singbulli Classic Delight FF -14 (EX1)

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Singbulli has two varieties of teas mainly the clonal and china varieties. The finely plucked china variety, properly processed, giving it the right shape has resulted in this china classic super fine grade.

We thank Mr. Mantri, the manager for providing Singbulli’s overwhelming range of tea samples ranging from classic china grades to clonal varieties. We did a thorough tasting of the teas from Singbulli and among 15 tea samples, we chose two of their teas – this classic graded china tea and their exceptionally well made Clonal tea. Hope you like them as we did.

Singbulli Classic Delight Dry Leaves:
As a classic china grade and being a First Flush tea, it has an overall greenish appearance with a mix of dark green, light green and slight brown colored tea leaves. The leaves are well rolled and twisted and has considerable amount of silver tips. It has an attractive bloom which is clean and evenly sorted. Apart from being sweet and caramellic (milky), it also has that fresh floral scent which is nutty to some extent. The fruity character is also worth mentioning here.

Singbulli Classic Delight Infusion or Wet Leaves:
This China classic variety gets a bright greenish infusion with light and bottle green leaves blended beautifully with light brown leaves. It has a pleasing nose which speaks to be fresh, fruity and flowery in nature. It also lends a sweet honey toned aroma which is somewhat orangy and almondy in nature as well.

Castleton Moonlight: Darjeeling First Flush 2013

Singbulli Classic Delight Cup or Liqour:
It has a golden brew and the strength of the liquor is weak as it is a sign of the Darjeeling First Flush. It has a mild sweet taste with a flowery/rosy cup. It is fruity in character as well which is also nutty hinting more towards almonds. It fills the palate with a buttery taste which enters the nose as you sip. Some astringency is present making the upper-side gums dry. Mild bitterness is a welcome characteristics which a First Flush china grade possesses. It leaves a sweet-buttery aftertaste lingering for quite sometime on the tip of your tongue.

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