Ooooh Darjeeling

Owes its flavors to oxidation levels between green & black tea.


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Nov 5th, '05, 13:19
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Ooooh Darjeeling

by klemptor » Nov 5th, '05, 13:19

I've just tried the new Ooooh Darjeeling and I have to say - I love it!

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by Lana Y » Nov 5th, '05, 17:57

On a 1 to 10 scale..1 being black 10 being Oolong
what end of the scale would you put the new tea on?

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by klemptor » Nov 6th, '05, 10:56

Hard to say, because black Darj tends to brew light. I'd say it's smack in the middle - certainly not light to the level of a TKY or a Pouchong. Very light and floral in flavor.

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Ooooh DarJeeling

by Lana Y » Nov 9th, '05, 22:57

Ooooh, this is good. Got a sample in my TeaChef gift this week (which was an extremly nice gift I might add..Thank You very much) I am not fond of black Teas, but I want to be. Love Oolongs, this Tea is very 50/50..half black half Oolong. I really really like it, and would recommend everyone give it a try. Very mellow with a touch of sweetness. I am ordering more very soon.

Jan 1st, '06, 16:47

lovely fragrance

by dian » Jan 1st, '06, 16:47

I've just tried the Oooh, and it's got a truely lovely perfume. I love Darjeelings and enjoy oolongs, so this one is great. However, this is a complicated one and I'm struggling to find the perfect porportion of tea, temp, and water. I've made a wonderful cup, and several terrrible cups with this tea. Most oolongs can take a second or more steeping, but I've not been so impressed with this one after the first steeping. I'd love to hear how others prepare this tea. I steep about 1 teaspoon for 6 oz. of water and use water just slightly under the boil. A short steeping time seems best for the fragrance, but too weak for the actual tea. Any suggestions for the perfect cup?

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by rabbit » Feb 14th, '06, 22:27

where'd you buy it? I'd def. like to try some!

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by garden gal » Feb 14th, '06, 22:56

www.adagio.com I believe

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