Tag Archives: Darjeeling

The Four Long Lost Samples

I was doing a bit of digital tidying up the other day, when I found a folder buried several levels down in my file system tree labelled “Samples – To Do“. Advertisements

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Himalayan Secret

Note – this post was started at stupid o’clock one midsummer’s morn when my creative juices and decision making processes alike were under the twin influences of sleep deprivation (cause:cat) and an awful lot of sheng Pu-erh, so if it … Continue reading

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2015 Nepal Himalayan Flowery

My stash is quite modest compared to some folks – I guess that on average I have about 20-something teas in at any given time – and yet sometimes teas still get bought, sampled, and then quietly forgotten about.

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Gopaldhara Red Thunder Gold

These leaves arrived on my tea table in the form of a generously sized 10 gram sample that was kindly included in a recent purchase I made over at the very highly recommended What-cha web shop.

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Runglee Rungliot Forest Honey FF

Maybe It’s a conditioned response of the type that would have made Pavlov himself salivate, but once the weather starts to get even a tad warmer at this time of the year this young (**cough**) man’s fancy lightly turns to … Continue reading

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Tea Junkie Tea Bar

On 11th of November this year the new food halls opened in town.

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Castleton Nirvana First Flush

Bit of a curiosi-tea, this one. It’s a blended tea, but from a single estate, the Castleton estate, located in the Kurseong district of Darjeeling.

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