Giddapahar Darjeeling

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Green Tea
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165 °F / 73 °C 3 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “I am not well versed in Darjeeling tea. That won’t stop me from giving my opinion. The dry scent is a combination of fruity, woodsy, and fall leaf (Muscat?). The brew is bronze/caramel and has a...” Read full tasting note
  • “This is pretty tasty. Not bitter, at least not for me, and was very sweet and fruity. I’d even go so far as to claim it tastes a bit melon-y. I am not good at tasting many individual “notes” for...” Read full tasting note
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From Golden Tips Tea Co Pvt Ltd

A fantastic second flush green tea from the Giddapahar plantations. Typical of a premium Darjeeling Green, the flavor is mellow and sweet. The liquor is bright and green-yellowish. Harvested in the peak tea growing second flush summer season, the lingering aftertaste is delightful. A great cuppa with several health benefits.

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2 Tasting Notes

1719 tasting notes

I am not well versed in Darjeeling tea. That won’t stop me from giving my opinion. The dry scent is a combination of fruity, woodsy, and fall leaf (Muscat?). The brew is bronze/caramel and has a similar aroma to the dry leaf with the addition of a bready note. In sipping this begins fruity and mellow, then swells mid sip to a brisk bite that just as quickly recedes back to fruity and mellow. This is kind of naturally sweet. The aftertaste hangs on. It is fruity, woodsy, and almost malty.

I had no bitterness as prepared. There is a standard amount of dryness. I drank this on an empty stomach and it did not cause me discomfort.

Is this a great Darjeeling? I have no idea. I did enjoy it.

Nicole

The best teas are the ones you enjoy. :)

ashmanra

I haven’t found a Darjeeling I love yet, though there was a Margaret’s Hope a long time ago that had lots of promise. I just sent the rest of my Badamtam to JacquelineM so it can be loved! LOL!

K S

I’m kind of that way with assam. It all tastes like, well, tea. Even the good stuff that is very pleasant, has seldom moved me to crave it.

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627 tasting notes

This is pretty tasty. Not bitter, at least not for me, and was very sweet and fruity. I’d even go so far as to claim it tastes a bit melon-y. I am not good at tasting many individual “notes” for tea (or anything else), which is why many of my tasting notes are super short. But this one, I am venturing out a bit.

Preparation
165 °F / 73 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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