Thurbo Moonlight from The Tea Shelf

thurboleafTea Information:

Leaf Type:  Black

Where to Buy: The Tea Shelf

Tea Description:

A signature spring harvest tea from the mystical hills of Darjeeling, the fluffy soft textured admixture of single leaves, both rolled and open, are complete with bright silver buds. The light golden liquid is a very clean tasting tea, with a subtle floral bouquet accompanied by notes of apple and honey. A remarkable tea which expresses itself beautifully.

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

This tea’s pouch was one of those teas that I happily found int he back of my tea stash. One of the problems with having a nice large stash of tea, teas seem to hide and almost get forgotten. I was excited to see I still had a few offerings from The Tea Shelf to try.  So far, I’ve enjoyed checking out their selection.

From the very first looks of this tea, it looks just bright and happy. The tea leaves are a gorgeous light green with twinges of yellow popping thru here and there.  Just a tea that screams for spring to come back to us here in the Midwest.

Brewed up per the package instructions, this tea’s brew has such a gorgeous color, a really lovely amber coloring.  First sip in and this tea is just spot on.  All of those gorgeous slightly vegetal notes combined with a subtle malty flavor with hints of a floral touch.   A really nice complex cuppa that gives you a variety of different flavors in each sip.  I would almost say this tea is a nice cross between a black, white, and green tea.

I’ll be sipping on this tea for some time. Just gorgeous and hitting on the right notes for me today! Yum!

 

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