Dry Tea Leaf:
Appearance: Tea leaves of this autumnal crop are regular in size comprising of the freshly oxidized and fermented leaves of the china cultivar. Colour is a mixture of light and dark chocolaty brown.
Fragrance: Dry leaves have a sweet floral fragrance.
Appearance: Brighter shades of sparkling sunset.
Fragrance: Fragrance of natural musky notes dominant in the liquor along with complex notes of spices and herbs.
Flavour: Musky notes is a dominant flavour in this tea. A slight pleasant astringent bite is noticed when initially sipped, but fades gradually with a sweet sensation in the palate which tingles the taste buds as an after sensation and lasts after the sip.
No. of Infusions suggested: 2