Organic Fair Trade Darjeeling

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  • “In comparaison to what you find in the market, this Darjeelings is fine since it is a first flush (which is generally more interesting aromas wise but way more difficult to find a good one...) but...” Read full tasting note
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A rare and fine small leafed tea with a luxurious light, clear liquor and muscatel-like fragrance. The ‘champagne of teas’, Darjeeling is grown at high altitudes in the foothills of the Indian Himalayas. Our Darjeeling is a blend of Spring and Summer teas from gardens in the Mirik, Rungbong and Teesta districts.

Grower organization: Tea Promoters of India

Tea garden:
Growing region: Darjeeling, India
Name of tea garden: Seeyok
Grower organization: Tea Promoters of India
Tea is named for: geographical origin (province of Darjeeling)

Flavour profile:
Aroma: floral
Liquor: light, clear, coppery
Body: light
Flavour: muscatel

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In comparaison to what you find in the market, this Darjeelings is fine since it is a first flush (which is generally more interesting aromas wise but way more difficult to find a good one…) but it was quite bland and rough, don’t know if it was old and/or badly preserved. The description says that it is a ‘rare’ tea? Well, it doesn’t mean it’s exceptionnal! Not bad but not exceptionnal.

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