Jungpana Darjeeling Second Flush Black Tea
Arya Ruby Darjeeling Second Flush Black Tea
Our second flush 'Arya Ruby Black Tea' is a classic example of Darjeeling summer royalty. The well-made leaves are wiry and have a delightful appearance with plenty of silver tips. Manufactured to perfection, the tea boasts of an immensely complex character with abundance of muscatel flavor. The fruit-flowery notes flush your mouth with a sweetness that is pleasant and comforting. The aroma scents of rich caramel with a slightly woody character. The nose is sharp and slightly fruity which resonates muscatel richness. Overall, the tea has a fantastic texture, a balanced and rounded body with an extremely smooth flavor that leaves a sweet lingering aftertaste in your mouth. An excellent limited edition Darjeeling second flush black tea.
Halmari Gold Assam Second Flush Black Tea
A premium clonal second flush tea from an iconic plantation of Assam. Harvested at the peak of summers to capture the extravagant taste from the dark brownish-black leaves with an abundance of golden tips. You can get a whiff of the chocolate and malt as soon as you open the packet of dry tea leaves. As you brew the bright reddish-brown tea, the aroma intensifies and fills up space.
This truly is an anytime excellent Assam pick-me-up laced with hints of ripe fruits on your palate.
Giddapahar Muscatel Darjeeling Second Flush Black Tea
For a Darjeeling muscatel, this tea is quite mellow. It has an impeccable balance of complex flavors – floral, fruity, and fresh which do not overwhelm one's senses. The flavors are restrained yet balanced which makes it one of the best muscatel teas of this year! The leaves are medium-sized, tightly-rolled, broken, and russet-colored; interspersed with tips and brown leaf flakes. The infusion features mellow notes of caramel and biscotti in the attack followed by notes of toasted almonds in the release. The amber-colored liquor is largely mellow and light-bodied. It starts with crisp notes of tart drupes, accompanied by slightly woody notes in the middle. The thick, caramelized flavors punctuated by notes of cooked apples come up in the release. Although not overpowering, black currants are quite evident in the aftertaste. Discover enchanting top notes of shelled nuts and oak wood with undertones of dried fruit and tobacco.
Imperial Muscatel Darjeeling Second Flush Black Tea
Castleton Muscatel Darjeeling Second Flush Black Tea
One of the finest muscatel teas from the splendid region of Darjeeling. Discover a cup that is exalted for a hint of sweetness, a balance of tart and woody notes, and an undertone of roasted black grapes that enlivens the bright liquor. This single-origin tea packs a soiree of fresh, floral, and fruity flavors. The tea leaves are medium-sized, tightly rolled, interspersed with a few tips and some greenish-brown flakes. The liquor is light amber-colored, largely mellow, sweet, and carries that invigorating aroma of burnt sugar. This artisanal infusion has faint notes of black raisins, burnt wood, and fresh biscotti. All of these notes come together perfectly to form a vivid symphony of flavors.
Assam Exotic Second Flush Black Tea
Okayti Premium Darjeeling Second Flush Black Tea
Gopaldhara Darjeeling Second Flush Black Tea
The liquor is crisp, clean, edgy at times and feels ample in the mouth. Notes of dried apricots and honeysuckle are discernible. Lifted notes of stewed apricots, hints of malt, and honeysuckle make their presence felt throughout the cup. Explore the earthiness of the brew that stands out right from the start and ends on a clean note.
Seeyok Muscatel Darjeeling Second Flush Black Tea
Truly a vibrant muscatel tea in every sense, courtesy of one of the finest tea estates of Darjeeling. This is a full-bodied chinary tea with true characters of a muscatel; bold flavors and an invigorating aroma of charred black grapes. The liquor is brisk and assertive with tannins prominent in the cup, almost like a bottle of fine Cabernet Sauvignon. The brownish-black leaves are medium-sized, well-rolled, and are interspersed with some flakes. The infusion carries mellow notes of wood and dried drupe, with a hint of burnt sugar. The liquor is medium-bodied and brisk which starts on a clean, earthy note, turning woody and astringent in the middle. It finishes on a crisp note, resembling the tartness of unripe grapes.