Pussimbing Estate Darjeeling

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  • “I visited Bettys in Harrogate a while ago and had this. I was very impressed with it, so I bought some to bring home. The dry leaf scent is not very strong, but has faint notes of peppercorn and...” Read full tasting note
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Our tea is selected from the highest gardens in the foothills of the Himalayan mountains at the peak of the growing season when the tea is at its best. Only then does the tea have that subtle flavour reminiscent of muscatel grapes. This is the result of a unique combination of cool misty climate, high altitude, rich soil and careful plucking and handling.

Known as ‘the champagne of teas’, our Darjeeling is perfect for serving with cakes and pastries in the afternoon. Serve on its own or with milk or lemon.

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I visited Bettys in Harrogate a while ago and had this. I was very impressed with it, so I bought some to bring home.

The dry leaf scent is not very strong, but has faint notes of peppercorn and fruit. The first few sips are very peppery but the tea becomes more fruity as the tea cools – specifically apples and something that reminds me of ripe cherries. As it cools further, the peppercorn notes disappear and by now, when the tea is room temperature, I can’t taste it at all, just a brisk black tea taste.

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