Darjeeling Autumnal Tea

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Darjeeling Autumnal Thurbo

 

 

Darjeeling Autumnal Thurbo

The Darjeeling thurbo tea estate is situated in the famous Indian tea growing district of Darjeeling. The tea estate lies in the Mirik Valley of Darjeeling and is well known for producing excellent quality first flush teas and autumnal teas.

The black loose tea leaves are neatly manufactured with a small amount of tips. The colour in cup is coppery chestnut and the liquor has a beautiful peachy character.

Brew with fresh boiling water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

Darjeeling Autumnal Namring Upper

 

 

Darjeeling Autumnal Upper Namring

The upper Namring tea estate is situated in the Teesta Valley of Darjeeling. This loose leaf black tea has a very neatly manufactured and colourful leaf with a good amount of tips.

When brewed the liquor is bright and copper coloured in cup with lovely spicy and muscatel autumnal notes.

Brew with boiling water and infuse for 2 to 4 minutes. 

 

 

 

 

 

Darjeeling Autumnal Rohini

 

 

 

Darjeeling Autumnal Rohini

The Indian tea estate of Rohini lies in the Kurseong valley of Darjeeling. The estate was dormant for many years before being extensively replanted 15 years ago, hence the title “The Youngest Tea Estate of Darjeeling”. The resulting teas are excellent and we have stocked a Rohini 1st flush for some years.

This year we are pleased to introduce this Rohini autumnal Fine Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe 1. This loose leaf black tea is neatly manufactured with a little tip.

Brew with fresh boiling water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes to reveal a beautiful infusion with soft, delicate peachy notes.

 

 

Darjeeling Autumnal Giddapahar

 

 

 

Darjeeling Autumnal Giddapahar

Darjeeling autumnal tea from the Giddapahar tea estate. High up in this Himalayan tea growing district the autumnal teas are picked when the climate cools down between early October until mid November. 

The resulting autumnal teas are noted for being smooth and nutty with a rich flavour quite different to that of first flushes. The loose leaves are green and brown in colour and the liquor is bright with a pleasant character.

Brew with boiling water and infuse for 3 minutes.

 

 

 

Darjeeling Risheehat Autumnal

 

 

 

Darjeeling Autumnal Risheehat

Darjeeling autumnal tea from the Risheehat tea estate high up in the Himalayas. Autumnal teas are picked when the climate cools down between early October until mid November.

The resulting autumnal teas are noted for being smooth and nutty with a rich flavour quite different to that of first flushes.This loose leaf tea has a good even sized leaf  with a bright liquor.

Brew with boiling water and infuse for 3 minutes.

 

 

 

 

Gopaldhara Autumnal

 

 

 

Darjeeling Autumnal Gopaldhara

Darjeeling autumnal tea from the famous Indian tea estate of Gopaldhara. High up in this Himalayan tea growing district the Autumnal Teas are picked when the climate cools down between early October until mid November.

The resulting autumnal teas are noted for being smooth and nutty with a rich flavour quite different to that of first flushes.The black and brown leaf is even in size with a good amount of tips producing a lovely fruity autumnal cup of tea.

Brew with boiling water and infuse for 3 minutes.

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