President’s Tea Rare Darjeeling

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Boiling 4 min, 30 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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From Aap Ki Pasand

The Presidents Tea™is a rare tea (available in limited editions) selected from the best gardens of Darjeeling by the Master Tea Tasters of Aap Ki Pasand Tea Company. Our Tasters select the best teas of the summer season after tasting samples from over one hundred gardens in the Darjeeling Hills, India. This selection process is generally carried out during spring, summer or autumn season when quality is at its peak in the selected areas/gardens.

Among our special teas, this is our Signature Line of a very exotic First Flush Tea; ‘The Presidents Tea’.

The ‘Presidents Tea’™ also known as ‘first flush tea’, has a fresh character and a flowery bouquet.

The ‘Presidents Tea’ is a trade mark under registration of Aap Ki Pasand Tea Company.

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I bought this tea on a recent trip to India. They claim that this tea is used by the Indian government as a state gift, and has been given to Bill Clinton and Junichiro Koizumi, hence the name “President’s Tea”. The company also claims to have been featured in TIME magazine, but I can’t find any mention of this at all on the web.

In any case, onto the tea itself: it had me at the first whiff of its fragrance. The tea is very fragrant when brewed, floral but not overwhelmingly so; and for some reason it makes me a feel a little tingle at the back of my head when I get a whiff. The liquid is clear with a bright golden color. The tea is mildly astringent, and has a light feel on the mouth with a subtle grape flavor and scent.

I’m already kicking myself in the butt for not buying more of this tea while I was in India, but oh well, that just means I have to save this for special occasions. I would experiment by adding milk or lemon, but given how little of the tea I have I think I’ll just have it straight ;)

In sum, the best Indian tea I have had so far, and something I would recommend to anyone.

P.S. – I have the autumn harvest of this tea so I don’t know what the spring one is like.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 30 sec

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