Dry Tea Leaf:
Appearance: Tea leaves are delicately plucked and the standard of plucking is fine which is apparent from the infused leaves. It consists of the two leaf and a bud type of plucking. Colour is a mixture of light and dark green delicately rolled, a delight to the eye with lots of silver bloom of the buds.
Fragrance: . The dry leaf is fragrant and has notes of Himalayan flora, Marigold and local orchids.
Appearance: Clear brighter shades of sparkling lemon.
Fragrance: Fragrance of floral notes are distinct in the liquor. The floral notes are of the Himalayan flowers, subtle hints of Marigold and orchids is felt.
Flavour: The cup is buttery smooth light and tippy to taste. Floral notes are prominent when sipped. The tea tastes equally good when sipped as it cools.
No. of Infusions suggested: Two good infusion.
Reasons to Buy: This tea is recommended for those who are looking for a specially made oolong from Darjeeling, as well as for those who are looking to try the a newer and unique variety of teas from the Darjeeling hills. An oolong manufactured especially during spring time holds much value and prominence. The standard of plucking and the finesse behind its manufacture makes this one of a kind from this garden under this category. Only a handful of tea gardens do take special measures and adhere to high standards to make such teas. Presence of divine taste coupled with floral punch makes this tea a must have for your collection of exquisite Darjeeling teas.