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Darjeeling Second Flush Rohini Black from sTEAp Shoppe

Darjeeling Second Flush Rohini Black from sTEAp Shoppe

Darjeeling Second Flush Rohini Black from sTEAp Shoppe
Darjeeling Second Flush Rohini Black from sTEAp Shoppe

Tea Information:

Leaf Type: Darjeeling. Black

Where to Buy: sTEAp Shoppe

Tea Description:

Rohini Second Flush Black Tea delightfully smooth full bodied mouth feel.  Cocoa notes with highlights of almond and spice delivered in a baked bread.  Warm and inviting gliding over the palate pleasing your every whim.  As with all of the high quality Darjeeling teas this tea remain inviting  for several steeps.

Rohini is a well established Tea estate, though the estate did remain closed for a period of 30 years the Saria family revived it in 1994. The garden is divided into four; the lower Jaberhat, mid elevation of Kotidhara and Pailodhora, and Tukuriya which is the highest in elevation.   Tukuriya division which is located at an average elevation of 4400 FT and stretches right up to Kurseong town. The teas from Tukuriya are made from tea bushes that have remained there for more than 100 years.

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

Darjeeling Second Flush Rohini Black from sTEAp Shoppe offers a lighter darjeeling with a deep lurking presence.

Upon first sip you will get a sweet raisin note, a light grape essence, not nearly as muscatel as some Darjeeling, and you may even think that it is a rather light, bright, tea with a clean finish. But wait… sneaking upon your unsuspecting taste buds is a rich, full mouthfeel, almost creamy, velvety, with a nutty, woodsy, backdrop of flavor.

There is a honeyed sweetness to this Darjeeling, and while my palate does not detect cocoa notes as in the description it does offer a wonderful hint at almond, and fig.

The more the tea cools the fuller and more robust it becomes, almost as if it thickens.

I could see this tea being quite excellent iced, but it requires no additives and I feel adding any thing, even sweetener, would ruin this perfect cup.

Janet at sTEAp Shoppe offers up another winner in this Darjeeling Second Flush Rohini Black.

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