Jungpana Tippy Musk Darjeeling Second Flush Black Tea 2018

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Chocolate
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Caffeine
High
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Average preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “Another tea from the tea box! This one tastes rather rich and malty. It doesn’t need milk since it tastes complex and deep on its own. This would be a great breakfast tea!” Read full tasting note
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  • “From the Samurai TTB. I was looking for one more black tea to try today, to boost my energy this afternoon. I can’t say that it’s helping there, but this is certainly a nice cup for a quick tea...” Read full tasting note
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  • “‘Samurai’ Traveling Teabox – Tea #3 The name on this one sure was intriguing… I figured it was some sort of Darjeeling, and I’m correct.  (The package of the tea doesn’t say Darjeeling.) It’s one...” Read full tasting note
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An exclusive tea from the Jungpana Tea Estate in Darjeeling located 10 kilometers from the town of Kurseong. Hand selected best tips of the tea bush are rolled into a wiry tea that brews into an amber cup with a sweet fruity aroma. The high caffeine tips lend this tea a strong flavour that is citrusy and woody. A bold cup of tea reminiscent of the famous muscatel flavour.

Tasting Notes: Strong cup, slightly citrusy and woody in flavour

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Another tea from the tea box! This one tastes rather rich and malty. It doesn’t need milk since it tastes complex and deep on its own. This would be a great breakfast tea!

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From the Samurai TTB.

I was looking for one more black tea to try today, to boost my energy this afternoon. I can’t say that it’s helping there, but this is certainly a nice cup for a quick tea break. It’s light in color, flavor as well, and there’s a slight hint of chocolate that I love so much in some of the black teas I like. There was right at a teaspoon left so I’ve finished this one from the box. As it cools, I like it even more. I wouldn’t call it a favorite, but I’ve enjoyed it. Thanks, SkySamurai for sharing!

Flavors: Chocolate

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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‘Samurai’ Traveling Teabox – Tea #3
The name on this one sure was intriguing… I figured it was some sort of Darjeeling, and I’m correct.  (The package of the tea doesn’t say Darjeeling.) It’s one of my favorite types of Darjeeling, very distinct and strong while being complex.  It reminds me a bit of Butiki’s Dark Side of the Melon.  Drying mouthfeel and a brew the color of butternut squash. Flavor almost like aged grapes bordering on raisins.  Super muscatel. As usual, a Darj very difficult to describe but very sophisticated and delicious.   The flavor makes me think of being buried under a giant pile of yellowredorange maple leaves in autumn.  
Steep #1 // 1 1/2 teaspoon for a full mug // 19 minutes after boiling // 2 minute steep
Steep #2 // 5 minutes after boiling  // 4 minute steep  

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