Tea from India - Darjeeling Phuguri 2nd flush T.G.F.O.P.
One of the oldest plantations in Darjeeling created in 1876, and today benefiting from the latest technologies in terms of machinery and cultivation producing sophisticated batches with great taste quality. Harvested at more than 2000 m above sea level, this orange-colored lot develops a Muscat nose, and delivers an infusion with a very smooth and soft texture in the mouth with a fruity finish with a lot of character.
Region : West of Darjeeling province, at an altitude of 2000 m. Extends on the slopes of Phalut (which culminate at more than 3,600 m of altitude) separating Nepal and India.
Harvest : The bud with a leaf.
Oxidation : complete
Singularities : One of the oldest plantations in Darjeeling dating from 1876 but enefiting from permanent investments to improve crops and production.
Dry leaves: Long twisted leaves of dark brown, bronze and honey color.
Attack : Sweet and fruity developing notes evoking muscat grapes.
Heart : Round with a smooth and sweet texture
Long lasting notes : Fruity with character
Aromtatic family : Fruity
- Dominant note : Plain
- Type(s) of tea : Black Tea
- Allergène(s) : Product may contain incidental traces of nuts and peanuts
Degustation : All day long.
Pairing : Apricot – almond pie
Our expert impressions : Lot from our plot in Phuguri and produced in the tradition of the 2nd flush of this plantation: respect for the leaf and search for tast quality. Harvested at an altitude of more than 2000 m, this orange-colore lot, with a muscat nose, delivers a soft and smooth cup in the mout with a fruity afterglow.