177 Tasting Notes
Dry Leaf Nose: A woodsy blend of mountain forest trees, herbs and fresh mushroom. This refreshing blend is reflective of the Himalayan mountains from which it comes – from the rains that pour onto the tea leaves and small branches, to the the air that rushes through the valleys separating Nepal from Darjeeling, the aromas shine through.
Liquor: Golden and Clear.
Flavour: Rich and complex with a definite “mountain air” flavour evoking fine hardwood forests and fresh forest floor growth. The blending of several estates gives this tea its unique and wide ranging character.
Dry Leaf Nose: Sweet with marshmallow notes.
Liquor: Rich brown liquor.
Flavour: Cinnamon and marshmallow surface as the main flavour components with the tea lingering in the aftertaste and brining a liveliness to the liquor – reminiscent of s’mores or toasted marshmallows.