It's not often that you come across a soft-style chinary tea in Darjeeling. Giddapahar, however, has mastered the art of making immensely palate-friendly teas from its chinary bushes and has produced this autumnal that is exceptional in its class. This black tea is immensely soft and smooth. The soft-style, as well as the gentle floral flavor, make it extremely palate-friendly.
1. Has anti-nauseatic properties and helps in digestion
2. Anti-oxidants present
3. Reduces Lung diseases.
Lifted notes spider lily and dried wood. Marked by notes of wood and stone fruit.
Bright coppery-olive leaves. Marked by notes of cooked beans.
The liquor is immensely smooth, well-balanced, and velvety. Notes of waxy flowers are discernible throughout the length of the cup, accompanied by some nutty nuances. Hints of wood appear briefly around the edges and fade quickly. Marked by notes lifted notes of cut grass, fresh bark, and waxy flowers.
Filtered Water 180ml
Tea Leaves 1-2 TSP/2.5 Gram
Temperature 95-100 ℃/203 - 212 ℉
Time 4-5 min
Located on a mountain 4864 feet above sea level, Giddapahar is a short drive from Kurseong. The plantation is a small family owned estate, known as "Eagles Cliff". The tea from Giddapahar Estate is very delicate due to the lower temperatures here and also because the area itself is covered by mist for a good part of the year. Due to the temperature, the tea bushes from the estate produce a fine bouquet with great aromatic quality and a delicate floral smell. A signature spring flush black tea from Darjeeling with just the right amount of briskness and astringency. Its clean and rounded liquor boasts palate notes of apricot, citrus and squash blossom with hints of floral notes. This medium caffeine tea has a well rounded finish with lingering fruity notes.