This is the most awaited tea produced from the famed Jungpana estate. Fresh, musky and strong aromas make this tea perfect for any occasion. Fully-oxidized and well-balanced, Jungpana Darjeeling Exclusive has a strong muscatel flavor, malty with hints of a subtle and sublime sweetness aftertaste. Nestled in the mighty Himalayas, Jungpana has enchanted tea lovers for over a century. Planted by the British, it was owned initially by the Scotland-based Duncan Brothers, and later by the Ranas of Nepal. For over five decades, Jungpana has been owned and managed by the Kejriwal family. This south-facing tea estate is near the famous town of Darjeeling and lies at an altitude of 3000 feet, with some tea areas as high as 4500 feet.
The exceptional quality of tea produced at this estate is derived mainly due to the fact that the bulk of the tea bushes are of the Chinese variety, along with the excellent location and altitude. Jungpana's teas have been sought after by most of the discerning importers in the UK, the Continent and Japan. The exceptional quality of its teas has led to record breaking prices each year. Consistently producing the finest Darjeeling in the world for over a century, the management at Jungpana has plucked the most delicate of leaves, mastered the intricacies of cultivation, and made quality a fetish. Darjeeling teas matured in the mists of the mighty Himalayas are truly renowned for their richness of flavor and bouquet. Jungpana, situated in those magnificent slopes, is the finest example.
◆ Origin: Jungpana Tea Estate, Darjeeling, India.
◆ Tasting & Appearance: this tea is noted for its sweet, elegant "Muscatel" flavor and full body taste Best consumed without or with very little milk. A sweetener like sugar or honey can be added as per taste.
◆ Notes & Well Being: black tea balances the hormone levels, which fends off stress and has anti-inflammatory qualities. It also keeps a check on the digestive tract's functioning and can help balancing the cholesterol level.
Dose of tea
1 Tsp. for 6 oz Cup
195°F - 205°F
3 - 5 Minutes