Simple but blissful, you cannot miss out on this lovely Darjeeling delight. With an eye soothing light golden appearance, natural muscatel flavor and a pleasing instinct, it steals your heart the very moment you take your first sip. This tea takes you with a surprise since you cannot describe its flavor, as it is not too tart nor too astringent but brisk enough to brighten up the palate. A perfect tea for the “nascent tea admirers” who are on a path to discover the magic of tea world.
1. Brings down the cholestrol level
2. Prevents diabetes.
3. Reduces the Kidney problems
Medium-sized, tightly-rolled, black leaves; some with tips, mixed with few greenish-brown flakes. Aroma is sweet; marked by notes of chocolate and toasted nuts
Coppery with olive green hues. Aroma is Vegetal and woody
The liquor starts on a clean, crisp note. The middle is dominated by the flavors of high-fired leaves and burnt wood, although these notes are restrained and feel unimposing. Notes of chocolate emerge at the back and come through in the aftertaste along with a soft note of melon rind.
Filtered Water 180ml
Tea Leaves 1-2 TSP/2.5 Gram
Temperature 95-100 ℃/203 - 212 ℉
Time 4-5 min
This estate is famous for its unique Black, White and Green teas that are infused with a rose like fragrance and have a distinctive unique muscatel flavour. Castleton Estate was the first tea estate to receive the ISO 9002 certification for producing some of the best Darjeeling Teas every year.