Strikingly similar to a classic first flush darjeeling, the tea leaves display delightful shades of green and make for a bright golden liquoring cup of tea. The aroma is floral with a smooth flavor suggesting notes of cooked vegetables and coriander. The flavor moves towards an exquisite astringent finish on the palate.
High in the Nepal at 1835 meters above sea level, the tea grows slowly but with intense flavours. This very special terroir produces uniquely rich, chocolate flavours These leaves are meticulously hand-rolled to maximise the sweetness and subtlety. The flavour of the hand-rolled leaves are exceptionally delicate and nuanced - allowing for great depth, without developing strong astringency. This tea is best enjoyed without milk.
◆ Origin: Nepal.
◆ Tasting & Appearance: remarkable notes of rich chocolate, cocoa nibs and Maltesers.
◆ Notes & Well Being: black tea balances the hormone levels, which fends off stress and have anti-inflammatory qualities. it also keeps a check on the digestive tracts functioning and can help reduce the cholesterol level.
Dose of tea
1 Tsp. for 6 oz Cup
195°F - 205°F