Darjeeling Autumn Flush Black Tea Whole Leaf-100 gms
An exquisite garden fresh natural loose leaf black tea expertly curated for tea connoisseurs from the district of Darjeeling in the Himalayan foothills. The Darjeeling Autumn flush black tea is a tea manufactured from the Autumn crop usually harvested in the months of October and November also called the third flush. It is rich and fragrant and is also known as the champagne of black teas. Perfect for discerning tea drinkers who like their tea to be bold but deeply fruity.A tea's life circle in Darjeeling in a year comprises of mainly four flushes. Each flush has a character of its own & it really depends on one's palate liking. Some like the first flush because it is light and bright, whereas some like the second flush because it is full-bodied and dark and some like autumn flush as it is bold but deeply fruity. It has a unique smooth flavor and a woody aroma with a sparkling golden colour liquor which makes it a rare and coveted brew relished internationally.
- Contains abundant antioxidants which combat free radicals and eliminate toxins.
It has a sensational aroma & a balanced character.
Brews a well-balanced, sweet, smooth, fruity, floral as well as a full-bodied, robust cup of tea.
When properly brewed, it yields a thin-bodied, light-colored infusion.
What's inside that
Darjeeling Black Tea
How to steep
Take 1tsp (2g) loose tea.
Add 180ml hot water(95oC).
Steep for 3-4 mins.
Strain & Serve hot.
Sweetener can be added.
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