Blessed with a tremendous mouthfeel, this black tea is one for the keeps. It’s an extraordinarily fragrant tea, beaming with fine flavors of white flowers, fresh herbs and nuts. There is a lusciousness to this tea that is unlike a high-grown Darjeeling tea, and that’s oh-so desirable.
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Tightly rolled black leaves with few green flakes. Reminiscence of roasted nuts with a mellow hint of jasmine.
Matte green and Floral with hints of citrus flowers.
The cup opens with floral notes, evocative of white flowers like the lily. The floral flavor lingers long, and is sweet and luscious. A hint of fresh herbs and nuts appear towards the end of the cup. Fragrant liquor with dominant white flower note, evocative of lily, along with subtle undertones of herbs and nuts.
Filtered Water 180ml
Tea Leaves 1-2 TSP/2.5 Gram
Temperature 95-100 ℃/203 - 212 ℉
Time 4-5 min
Glendale Estate, a valley within a valley, is the cynosure of the famous Nilgiris Mountain Range in South India which dates back to 1835 in the Tea Plantation history. Glendale Estate is located at an altitude of 1650 mt to 2120 mt above MSL and endowed with characteristic cold, dry and misty climatic conditions, which impart a brisk and golden yellow color to the tea liquor besides bestowing a distinctively soothing floral aroma. The Green tea made here are aromatic and smooth to taste.