Tea from India - Singbulli Darjeeling 2nd flush T.G.F.O.P.
Grand Cru - Confidential lot
Tea garden located in the Mirik Valley, this world famous plantation, offers us with this unique batch - only 30 kg - a robust cup with notes of muscat, and stewed fruits. Its regular bronze-colored twisted, leaves are dotted with many fluffy silvery buds. A real pleasure for any connoisseur. Subtle and delicate, it will be perfect with a black fruit dessert.
Region : Garden located in the south of the province, in the district of Tingling, in the Mirik Valley. Close to the city of Siliguri, 50 km from Bagdogra airport.
Harvest : Terminal bud and 1-2 leaves. 200 kilos of fresh leaves were needed to produce this micro batch.
Oxidation : complete
Singularities : Founded in the 1920s by British planters, this plantation is renowned for the quality of its leaves and its AV2 cultivar (synonymous with aromatic and delicate teas).
Dry leaves: Regular, twisted golden-brown leaves sparkled with many.
Attack : Frank with notes of muscat.
Heart : Ripe fruit and grapes
Long lasting notes : Stewed fruits
Aromtatic family : Fruity
- Dominant note : Plain
- Type(s) of tea : Black Tea
- Allergène(s) : Product may contain incidental traces of nuts and peanuts
Black tea - Origin : India