Nepal FTGFOP1 Maloom – The young leaves with their silver coloured tips brew a light golden bronzed coloured tea, with a delicate delightful flowery aroma that can be compared to the best Darjeeling. The muscatel flavour is the natural taste of the tea – becoming more pronounced during April (light tasting with astringency and intense flavour). The flavour is on account of the altitude of the tea estate, the soil conditions in the Himalayas the weather patterns, temperature, the originating species of the tea plant. Drink with or without milk throughout the day but especially good for afternoon tea. A connoisseur’s delight.
Black Sikkim (Traditional leafy) 1st Flush – springtime harvested teas from late February to mid April.
“There is something in the nature of tea that leads us into a world of quiet contemplation of life.”