Darjeeling Pussimbing Estate Reserve from Drink T

Tea Type: Black Tea

Where To Buy: Drink T

Product Description:

Grown in the foothills of the Himalayas in Northern India, the black tea from the Pussimbing Estate is picked in the spring. New leaves are picked every seven days for over a month. The teas produced during this period are light bodied with a slightly floral, nutty flavor with hints of peach.

Our Darjeeling Pussimbing Estate Reserve is Certified Organic and brews up fragrant, with a complex, vibrant flavor.

Bring water to boil (212)
Number of Infusions -1
Sweetener – Optional
Cream – Optional
Water Temp (degrees F) – 212
Steep Time – 3-5 Minutes
Organic
Caffeine – Moderate

Tasters Review:

Sometimes I think most Darjeelings are darned-near the same..taste-wise.  At least the ones I have tried so far!  It’s not that I don’t like them…I do…but I haven’t really found one I LOVE yet. I mean really LOVE.  One that makes me say WOW.

So far…this just may be my FAVORITE…

Darjeeling Pussimbing Estate Reserve from Drink T is nutty but not like a peanut or almond. It’s bold but not astringent. It’s vibrant and energizing! It grabs my attention and is not your run of the mill Darjeeling! It’s also semi-sweet yet smooth!

Darjeeling Pussimbing Estate Reserve from Drink T has changed my thoughts on Darjeeling!  YUP!  It’s official…Darjeeling Pussimbing Estate Reserve from Drink T is my FAVORITE Darjeeling to date!

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One Response to “Darjeeling Pussimbing Estate Reserve from Drink T”

  1. ScottTeaMan Says:

    To some extent what you say is true tastewise, but Darjeeling teas-esp FF Darjeelings-are one of my favorite types of tea, and taste can very significantly. Hey, we all have our Favorites right :). This review caught my eyes because my first loose leaf Darjeeling tea was a First Flush from the Pussimbing Garden-I think in 1998. I puchased ONLY a sample (I wish more), but it was fruity & FANTASTIC! I’ll never forget it and I’ll try to post a more in depth review on Steepster soon. This Estate Reserve looks and sounds like a 2nd flush. Thanks for the great review!! Steep on Bliss :).


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