Dry Tea Leaf:
Appearance: The pure leaves of this tea from chinary cultivar looks fresh emerald and dark shades of vegetal green.
Fragrance: . The dry leaf smells fresh and deliciously fragrant oozing with complex notes of local floral notes, herbs, freshly cut grass and freshly crushed pines.
Appearance: Shades of sparkling lemon.
Fragrance: Fresh herbal and freshly crushed pines are distinct as we sip. The multiple floral notes are of the Himalayan flowers along with other subtle and gentle complex fragrances are noted as an aftertaste.
Flavour: The cup is has mild deliciously astringency. The multitude of herbal and spicy notes engulfs the olfactory and lends a pleasant mouthfeel followed by mellow taste. Complex tastes of herbs and local berries are felt as an aftertaste which lasts long after the sip.
No. of Infusions suggested: Two good infusion.
Reasons to Buy: Ringtong Tea Estate isn't new for a tea lover who have been sipping teas for decades from Darjeeling. This special batch is one of the best that the garden rarely manufactures and is a must try if you love Darjeeling teas which lends that typical astringent taste of a chinary cultivar.