Brewing Darjeeling Black Tea

Fully oxidized tea leaves for a robust cup.


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Mar 28th, '15, 22:47
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Re: Brewing Darjeeling Black Tea

by Tead Off » Mar 28th, '15, 22:47

Drax wrote:Ahhh, thanks, I see. It's true, I never paid much attention to teas from Darjeeling. I thought they were usually on the high end of the oxidation scale. Good to know it's otherwise!
I"m a little surprised you weren't familiar with Darjeelings. They are some of the best teas!

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Re: Brewing Darjeeling Black Tea

by Drax » Mar 29th, '15, 11:17

Tead Off wrote:
Drax wrote:Ahhh, thanks, I see. It's true, I never paid much attention to teas from Darjeeling. I thought they were usually on the high end of the oxidation scale. Good to know it's otherwise!
I"m a little surprised you weren't familiar with Darjeelings. They are some of the best teas!
Definitely a misconception on my part... and from the sounds of it, one that will a pleasure to rectify! :mrgreen:

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