Which tea would you like today?

If you are looking for a new tea or simply want to know something about a product before buy it, that's your place!

Every week will be published two reviews: on wednesday at 18:00 and on sunday still at 18:00.

If you are interested to collaborate with us, please contact us.

  • Godsavetheteablog


Tea type: Darjeeling black tea

Brand: Kusmi Tea

How to prepare it: 3 minutes, 85°C (185 °F)

Dry scent:

Truly particular, uncommon. Extremely sweet. It recalls me both - at the same time - a first flush Darjeeling and a white tea. Smooth herbal notes with some hints of honey and wood arise all together in one shot. Finally a light floral note arises. Defintely thick, full-bodied.

Liquor’s colour:

Yellow/bright orange

Liquor’s scent:

Stringly consistent to the dry one, however now the floral notes are stronger with some spicy hints, like nutmeg. Just a few tannin, but still extremely sweet and thick.


Literally a flavours blast! It has an uncommon sweetness: it’s sweet, yes, but not sweetish (which is an enormous difference). It remebers me honey , the crystallized one, thick and sugary. Then there are strong

floral notes which are typical of some white

tea, such as the Shangry La, from Himalaya. An incredible light tannin note, really enjoyable, gives more complexity, texture and body to the brew. At the end a few herbal notes arise, leaving a slightly astringent aftertaste.


Problably the best Darjeeling that I have ever tried until now. Sweet and full-bodied, complex, but not criptic. It knows how to be enjoyable! A tea suitable for importants events. Every flavour, scent and aftertaste in this tea cooperates perfectly with each other, guaranteeing a real taste explosion at every sip.



God Save The Tea Blog - Tea Blog. Mail to: