This Darjeeling tea is plucked at an altitude of 5200 ft. in the first week of June during conditions of heavy morning mist. This leaf is small since it is plucked young. A well-brewed cup has a bright golden color, a pleasant nose, a delicious taste, and perhaps the most lingering musk-like flavor. It’s a rare product of the famous tea district of Darjeeling.
Brew Time: 4 min
Hi. I share a long relationship with your company, and an older one with Darjeeling, my mom's family being one of the oldest families there, and my uncle being one of the first Indians to manage a tea garden.
As far as muscatel goes, it's got a double edged bouquet. The front end smell is fragrant like most of the bagans from Kurseong to Ghum on the western slopes, while the after taste has a wild accent which takes one to a different zone. The flavors are subtle but very complex.
Must thank you once again for keeping the spirit of Tea high😊
Thank you so much for sharing this. We are glad to have tea lover's like you as our patron!