white darjeeling?


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white darjeeling?

Postby acehigh » Nov 22nd, '05, 11:00

Is this better then Silver Needles... Also i never seen it for sale anywhere else. Does anybody else carry this?
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Postby chris » Nov 22nd, '05, 12:30

Thanks for the post.

We were disappointed with this year's White Darj crop overall, so decided not to sell it. However, our friend Adam over at PS Teas is stocking some-- you may want to try it for yourself!

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Postby acehigh » Nov 23rd, '05, 00:28

Thanks for the reply. Do you think it is worth twice the price of silver needles? (18 for oz) if this years crop wasnt great. Is this the best of the crop, and i cant tell it was a bad year?


chris wrote:Thanks for the post.

We were disappointed with this year's White Darj crop overall, so decided not to sell it. However, our friend Adam over at PS Teas is stocking some-- you may want to try it for yourself!

Best,

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Postby chris » Nov 23rd, '05, 12:14

A good crop of White Darjeeling is my personal favorite tea, but please keep in mind that this is my subjective opinion! I usually try to leave value judgements out of my answers, especially when we're dealing with such high quality products.

Believe me, if you get the Silver Needle you won't be disappointed!! However, a good cup of White Darjeeling is the zenith of my tea experience.

Hope i answered your question -- not sure i understood it!

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