A delicious summer tea from 122 years old tea estate of Darjeeling. The amber liquor bring varieties and flavour to your cup which beams with sweet fruity attributes. A medium-bodied, pleasantly supple cup which opens on a delicious note of Muscat grape intertwined with an evocative tone of peach. These notes overwhelm your palate right from the start and reverberate throughout the length of the cup. Towards the middle, subtle undertone of oak-wood joined with velvety accents of hazelnut are discernible: adding more variety and depth to the liquor. The musky flavours shore up around the edge which however ebb to finish on delicious tone of berries. A tea lovers delight.
Muscat grape, peach, wood
Muscat grape, peach, oak wood, hazelnut, musky , berries
Instruction per cup
2.5gm 180ml water 80°c-85°c 4-5min
Jungpana Tea Estate, Darjeeling
The tea estate was planted by Henry Montgomery Lennox in 1899, is one of the most sought out teas of spring and summer with its unique flavor profile of a fruity, floral and crispy cup. The estate is located south valley of Kurseong, one of the most difficult terrains in Darjeeling hills which is connected only through snaking road accessible only on foot.