Jungpana Black Darjeeling Tea Autumn Flush 2012

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205 °F / 96 °C 1 min, 45 sec

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“Jungpana tea estate is an elevation of 500 feet from the hurtling khola a tiny estate nestled in the hills of the Darjeeling region. This beautiful garden is famous for the muscatel flavor of its teas. Originally planted by the British, the estate passed into the royal hands of the Ranas of Nepal and has been maintained by the Kejriwal family since 1953. The distinct flavor from this estate is a result of the micro-climate on the south side of the mountain where this estate is located. They use pure china bushes and age-old manufacturing techniques which result in the finest examples of richness in flavor. Jungpana is a garden of the highest quality in Darjeeling which enjoys the most unique micro climatic and soil conditions. Jungpana has remained the leading quality estate of Darjeeling. Prestigious outlets like Fortnum and Mason as well as Harrods in London, Mitsui Norraine of Japan and boutiques of Germany continue to patronize Jungpana. Jungpana is also a favorite with some of the finest restaurants of Western Germany for its muscatel flavor. It is believed widely that Jungpana teas are also a hit with the royal family of the U.K. Purchase this connoisseur’s delight from here.”

Leaves Appearance : Mix of short, long and few broken leaves
Leaves Colour : Green and brown
Tea Colour : Dark Orange
Tea Aroma : Flowery
Tea Taste: Muscatel, flowers
Leaves Type: FTGFOP
Flush: Autumn
Garden: Jungpana
Location: Darjeeling, India.

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Not bad tea at all… :) Like it, but I have tried better Darjeelings…

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 1 min, 45 sec

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