Silver Darjeeling Green Tea

Made from leaves that have not been oxidized.


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Silver Darjeeling Green Tea

by Simone » Oct 8th, '11, 06:03

Hi!
I've bought this type of tea (in India) and I would have some advise for the its preparation.
How many minutes of infusion do you use? How many °F?
Simone

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Oct 8th, '11, 08:07
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Re: Silver Darjeeling Green Tea

by Tead Off » Oct 8th, '11, 08:07

Simone wrote:Hi!
I've bought this type of tea (in India) and I would have some advise for the its preparation.
How many minutes of infusion do you use? How many °F?
Simone

I would start with the usual recommendation for Darjeeling teas which is about 1 teaspoon for about 240ml. Adding boiling water and let sit for 4 minutes. Pour the whole pot into cups or serving vessel. After drinking, you can make adjustments to brewing time, either more or less. Or, maybe more leaf.

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Re: Silver Darjeeling Green Tea

by AlexZorach » Oct 20th, '11, 13:36

I've found Darjeeling green teas to be a lot more picky than similar-looking Chinese green teas...so if I were you I'd go easy on the brewing temperature...maybe start lower like 160F, then up it. Normally I like brewing green teas on the hotter side...180F or sometimes even hotter. But I find Darjeeling greens are an exception.

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