People sometimes have trouble pronouncing the word Darjeeling. Indeed there are a lot of teas whose names can sound a tad too exotic for its own good! We do not want you to not ask or try a tea just because you cannot say it. Because I originally come from Darjeeling, let me help you.
(The video should also help you with my name. :)
A quick rinse of the tea leaf once before making a cup can reduce the caffeine content of the tea. True or false?
If you are a caffeine-sensitive person who loves tea, you might often have been offered this work-around - rinse the leaves for a quick 30 seconds, and only then use the leaf to make your cup.
Darjeeling tea, like all other teas, possess beneficial catechins and flavonoids that make up the antioxidants in tea. Black, oolong, green and white teas all possess powerful antioxidants which offer protective and curative properties.