Appearance: Tea leaves of this fragrant Summer crop are lustrous shades of rich brown. The colour has shine and reflects a well made second flush Darjeeling tea. The leaves are delicately rolled, perfectly roasted, and has a natural muscatel and floral notes.
Fragrance: Dry leaves have a sweet muscatel fragrance coupled with fruity notes.
Appearance: Brighter shades of the late sunset.
Fragrance: Fragrance of natural muscatel notes are dominant in the liquor.
Flavour: Muscatel fragrance coupled with floral taste makes this tea a double delight which adds complexity to its character. A bold tea with a slight astringent bite which is felt at the tip, but fades gradually with a musky sensation in the palate. A sweet lingering taste noted as an aftertaste.
No. of Infusions suggested: 2