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Giddapahar Muscatel Darjeeling Second Flush Black Tea
For a Darjeeling muscatel, this tea is quite mellow. It has an impeccable balance of complex flavors – floral, fruity, and fresh which do not overwhelm one's senses. The flavors are restrained yet balanced which makes it one of the best muscatel teas of this year! The leaves are medium-sized, tightly-rolled, broken, and russet-colored; interspersed with tips and brown leaf flakes. The infusion features mellow notes of caramel and biscotti in the attack followed by notes of toasted almonds in the release. The amber-colored liquor is largely mellow and light-bodied. It starts with crisp notes of tart drupes, accompanied by slightly woody notes in the middle. The thick, caramelized flavors punctuated by notes of cooked apples come up in the release. Although not overpowering, black currants are quite evident in the aftertaste. Discover enchanting top notes of shelled nuts and oak wood with undertones of dried fruit and tobacco.
Lopchu Golden Orange Pekoe Darjeeling Second Flush Black Tea
A stellar blend of well-rolled blackish-brown leaves mixed with brown leaf flakes that come alive with bright flavors of dried stone fruit and firewood. The infusion carries top notes of dark chocolate and wood, with toasted cashews in the release. The liquor is well rounded, medium-bodied, and soft textured. It carries burnt wood in the attack followed by notes of plum, dried cherry, and hints of toasted nuts. The liquor starts out clean but turns big in the middle. Here, notes of burnt wood and dried stone fruit emerge and linger for a while, before finishing gently on a soft, creamy note.