Tea (rec.drink.tea) Discussion relating to tea, the world's second most consumed beverage (after water), made by infusing or boiling the leaves of the tea plant (C. sinensis or close relatives) in water.

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Looking A Darjeeling Tea lover in this group.
You may visit www.darjeelingteaboutique.com for complete details on Darjeeling Teas

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Darjeeling Tea Addict wrote:
Looking A Darjeeling Tea lover in this group.


Well, I'll ask this question of you, then.

When I was a kid, Darjeeling teas were much darker than they are today.
It seems that over the years they have become less and less fermented.

I have been told that what I need to ask for in order to get the old style
darker tea is a "fully-withered Darjeeling." I have found a few of them,
such as the Rohini Enigma and one of the Puttabong estate teas.

What other ones are out there?
--scott


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On Thursday, September 13, 2012 8:49:08 AM UTC-5, Scott Dorsey wrote:
Darjeeling Tea Addict wrote:

Looking A Darjeeling Tea lover in this group.




Well, I'll ask this question of you, then.



When I was a kid, Darjeeling teas were much darker than they are today.

It seems that over the years they have become less and less fermented.



I have been told that what I need to ask for in order to get the old style

darker tea is a "fully-withered Darjeeling." I have found a few of them,

such as the Rohini Enigma and one of the Puttabong estate teas.



What other ones are out there?

--scott





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"C'est un Nagra. C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."


I've tended to find Darjeelings too weak for my taste. Do the fully withered ones have more character? Toci
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toci wrote:

I've tended to find Darjeelings too weak for my taste. Do the fully
withered ones have more character? Toci


Yes! Try the Rohini Enigma, or ask Upton's for a sample of their Makaibari
estate second flush (DJ-141). I think you will be much happier than you are
with the modern Darjeelings.
--scott


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On Tuesday, September 18, 2012 9:46:09 AM UTC-5, Scott Dorsey wrote:
toci wrote:



I've tended to find Darjeelings too weak for my taste. Do the fully


withered ones have more character? Toci




Yes! Try the Rohini Enigma, or ask Upton's for a sample of their Makaibari

estate second flush (DJ-141). I think you will be much happier than you are

with the modern Darjeelings.

--scott





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"C'est un Nagra. C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."


Thanks. Toci


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