Salsero wrote:It is entirely possible that the vendors source it from the same wholesaler and it actually is the same tea.geeber1 wrote: Parkside Estate Amber Oolong: This one is comparable to the Glendale Handmade from TeaSource, in fact, I can't tell the difference between them.
Oops, my bad, I didn't notice these are different estates. I thought Parkside was vendor. Please ignore my ignorance!
caligatia wrote:I've gotta say, the handmade Nilgiri really isn't doing much for me. It's a gorgeous-looking tea, and it tastes fine, but there's nothing about it that makes me crave cups of it. I'm going to try brewing it longer and see what happens, but I suspect this will be going in my "to trade" pile...
Victoria wrote:If interested I also found this interesting information on the Nilgiri
Glendale Estate -
Fascinating reading I thought, since we own and love their tea.
I always think of those narrow gauge railroads as part of the English legacy in India, connecting remote parts of the sub-continent, like the train sequences in Ghandi and for that matter in Earth, the second part of Deepa Mehta's great trilogy, Fire, Earth, Water.geeber1 wrote: Wow, I wasn't able to open the image gallery ... What a beautiful place! I loved the train!