Know About Darjeeling Spring Silver Tips Black Tea
You will fall in love with this classic variety of tea. A refreshing spring black tea with iridescent floral flavors, this is surely a jewel of all teas. A highly demanding Darjeeling tea produced at one of the famous tea estates known as “Marionbarie” at Darjeeling, it locks all the possible flavors naturally present in the Darjeeling tea. With lots of antioxidants, the tea is a sure health elixir. For all the health conscious tea lovers out there, this product is perfect for them!!! Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity and go grab your cup of tea today only!!!
1. Helps in the treatment of diabetes.
2. Has anti-aging properties.
3. Improves reproductive health.
Attractive tippy pekoe; tightly-rolled, brownish-green leaves with yellowish green to olive green flakes and silver tips. Nutty, with notes of dark chocolate and almond, discernibly woody with hints of green stems and aromatic white flowers.
Fully opened, coppery-green leaves. Pleasantly vegetal, marked by notes of aromatic herbs, menthol, and undertones of white flowers.
"A delicate floral bouquet marks this spring tea. The liquor has a gentle bite to it that comes right after the opening note of white flowers. The flavors are rounded and rich from its floral attributes that offer a sweet mouthfeel. Lifted fragrance of aromatic herbs and white flowers, resembling frangipani.
Filtered Water 180ml
Tea Leaves 1-2 TSP/2.5 Gram
Temperature 95-100 ℃/203 - 212 ℉
Time 4-5 min
Marionbarie Tea Estate is located in the north Terai region on the foothills of Darjeeling. The garden altitude is 900 feet above sea level.This more than a century old Garden was originally planted in the year 1901. The estate was acquired by Jayshree Tea and Industries in the year 2006.The garden management takes special care to maintain ecological balance and environment in the area as the Garden is situated very close to Mahananda wild-life sanctuary and wild animals such as Elephant, Leopard, Dear, Peacock, Wild Boar, Pythons, etc. are frequently seen in and around the plantation area.