A classic clonal from the glamourous estates of Glenburn. A brisk, mellow & smooth spring black tea with a delicious sense of astringency. The tea offers grassy & citrus notes with a rich mouth-feel. The bright color is enchanting and aromatic. The lingering finish is sweet and delicate.
1. Has less levels of caffeine. Not harmful.
2. Reduces risk of heart attacks.
3. Rejuvenates our body and mind
Short, mix of tightly rolled blackish-green leaves, pale green buds and lots of green flakes. Musty with hints of dry green pepper.
Mix of bright green and olive green leaves with coppery hues. Marked by notes of citrus blossom.
Slightly brisk, rounded, and light bodied, tastes of fresh greens, similar to young grass, green peas, and cucumber. White flowers make a brief appearance in the middle, fading into light citrus notes.
Filtered Water 180ml
Tea Leaves 1-2 TSP/2.5 Gram
Temperature 95-100 ℃/203 - 212 ℉
Time 4-5 min
Glenburn tea estate operates with a total plantation area of 285.5 Hectares. Situated at an elevation of 240 – 640 meters above sea level, this region receives an average rainfall of 1900 mm per year. With environmental conditions ideal for tea farming, coupled with the loamy texture of its soil, Glenburn produces about 500 kilograms of exotic teas every year. A tea coming from Glenburn makes for light-bodied liquor with exotic floral aroma