Dooteriah SFTGFOP 1 CH Muscatel 2nd Flush 2012

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Dooteriah SFTGFOP 1 CH Muscatel  2nd Flush 2012
Dooteriah SFTGFOP 1 CH Muscatel  2nd Flush 2012 Dooteriah SFTGFOP 1 CH Muscatel  2nd Flush 2012

Category: Red tea

Country: India

Province: Darjeeling

Harvest: 2nd Flush 2012

Producer: Dooteriah Tea Estate

Shop: PU-ERH.sk

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rich, slightly 'barrique' taste of oak barrels as in wine, balanced bitterness, smooth and strong finish, for the shorter steeping it gives many rich infusions, after second brew the aftertaste is pleasantly ‘smacking’, sorry for the term, but it rarely happens to me, that after black teas has a tut for a while and enjoy its aftertaste


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Eternal Spring
18.03.2013 16:17:12
Eternal Spring

Dooteriah or Sourenee?

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Wet leaves smell distinctly fruity. Aroma reminiscent an apricot jam. The infusion is lighter in color. It leaves a nice dry bitterness in the mouth. I prefer shorter and more frequent steeping. The third infusion is getting more emptier, plain. I bought both Dooteriah as well as Sourenee Darjeeling. I must say I like more Soureneed, has a pronounced spicier taste in more infusions.

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