We are delighted to present our first offering from a small tea farm in Darjeeling. The tea is exceptional, and so is the story. You can read about Niroula Tea Farm in our blog. We highly recommend this tea to all our black tea drinkers. You can also support a new movement in this region that empowers the local people.
DRY LEAF: Wiry, clean with lots of golden tips (denoting quality picking and lots of deep chocolate notes.
INFUSED LEAF: Opens up to dark brown and dark olive hues with plum and brown sugar notes.
CUP: Dark amber liquor with sweet fruity aroma. On the palate the cup yields notes of ripe plums, almonds, dark honey. Smooth with a lingering aftertaste. Very satisfying!
1 level tbsp or 3 gm per 8-10 oz cup
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Delicious tea. Reminds me a lot of a nice Keemun, which I wasn't expected.
This summer Darjeeling has a depth and unique quality that makes it an amazingly special tea. In fact, I would go so far as to say that it has me obsessed, mysteriously though undeniably. Also, in drinking it outside in late fall, another little friend seemed to feel the same (see photo).