Darjeeling grown in northern India at the high altitiude edges of the Himalaya mountains
Flavory tippy leaves infuse into a light cup with slight muscatel characteristics.
India's Darjeeling which is located in northern India at the high altitiude edges of the Himalaya mountains is considered India's champagne district.
Grown 3500 – 7000 feet above sea level.
Brewing Temperature: 100°C/212°F
Darjeeling tea is grown at high altitudes and in relatively cool weather which stunts the tea bushes growth, and as such the production is limited.
Darjeeling tea is made from the small leaves of the Chinese variety of tea plant (Camellia sinensis var. sinensis), rather than the large leaves of the Assam tea plant (Camellia. sinensis var. assamica).
According to the Tea Board of India Darjeeling Tea can only refer to tea that has been cultivated, grown, produced, manufactured and processed in tea gardens in the areas of the Darjeeling district in West Bengal, India.
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