A late summer delight from the Queen of Hills, Darjeeling. A bold and well-rounded cup which feels ample in the mouth and starts with soft fruity note similar to apricot which gradually gains prominence and hum along throughout. Going towards the middle, a detectable note of black current mingle with subtle cedar note, adding a layer of depth to the palate. Soft oak wood accents are discernible towards the end giving a perfect finish to this fusion cup.
Apricot, black current, cedar, oak wood
Instruction per cup
2.5gm 180ml water 85°c 4min
NAMRING TEA ESTATE, Darjeeling
Naming tea estate is situated in the eastern part of Darjeeling district and an hour drive from Darjeeling town. Naming has a fabulous combinations of tea bushes comprising names like china(60%), clonal(30%) , Assam hybrid(10%) and this marvellous combination produce some unique and exotic flavours.The total plantation area is about 450 hectares and the lush greens are adequately irrigated with 75% of the estate being under self irrigation.The Naming tea factory is situated at an altitude of 3000ft above sea level and the highest point of plantation is situated at 5500ft above sea level.