Dry Tea Leaf:
Appearance: An organic tea from the high elevation hills of Darjeeling. The tea leaves of this musky summer crop are smaller in size, as is also apparent from the infused leaves, denoting a 100% pure china cultivar.
The leaves have have a perfect bloom with the presence of golden tips and are roasted well enough which promises a good strong cup characteristic of Sungma teas. Colour is predominantly bright brown and has vibrancy as it shines. Leaves have a natural sweet musky and floral notes.
Fragrance: Dry leaves have a sweet musky fragrance coupled with fruity notes.
Appearance: Brighter shades of the late sunset.
Fragrance: The tea has hints of natural musk, coupled with other complex spicy notes.
Flavour: The cup is bold and has subtle musky fragrance coupled with floral taste which makes this tea full of a complex flavours. A slight astringent bite, which is pleasant and a natural taste of Darjeeling second flush tea, is felt followed by sweet musky sensation coupled with floral notes in the palate. A sweet lingering taste with hints of musk and floral fragrance noted as an aftertaste.
No. of Infusions suggested: 2