Darjeeling Black Autumn Flush Tea

Rs. 150.00
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  • Darjeeling Black Autumn Flush Tea

Darjeeling Black Autumn Flush Tea

Rs. 150.00
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Product Description: Known as the “Champagne of Tea”, these leaves are cultivated in the queen of hills "Darjeeling". Dive into the aroma of the hills with this special pick from the Autumn Season. The leaves are a mix of black and orange-ish green, perfectly embodying the colours of fall and more so in the infusion. The liquor is a vibrant, orange-amber colour with a fruity, citrusy taste.

Q Factor: Known as the “Champagne of Tea”, these leaves are cultivated in the queen of hills "Darjeeling" specially picked in the Autum.

Type of Tea: Darjeeling Black

Available as: Loose tea

Brewing time: 4 minutes

Ideal temperature of water used for brewing: 90-95 degree Celsius

Goes well with: Water/Honey

Shelf life: 24 months

Once opened: 3 months in air tight container

Storage and handling instruction: Room temperature, away from direct sunlight and spices.

Origin: Darjeeling

Product Description: Known as the “Champagne of Tea”, these leaves are cultivated in the queen of hills "Darjeeling". Dive into the aroma of the hills with this special pick from the Autumn Season. The leaves are a mix of black and orange-ish green, perfectly embodying the colours of fall and more so in the infusion. The liquor is a vibrant, orange-amber colour with a fruity, citrusy taste.

Q Factor: Known as the “Champagne of Tea”, these leaves are cultivated in the queen of hills "Darjeeling" specially picked in the Autum.

Type of Tea: Darjeeling Black

Available as: Loose tea

Brewing time: 4 minutes

Ideal temperature of water used for brewing: 90-95 degree Celsius

Goes well with: Water/Honey

Shelf life: 24 months

Once opened: 3 months in air tight container

Storage and handling instruction: Room temperature, away from direct sunlight and spices.

Origin: Darjeeling