Darjeeling FTGFOP

Catalogue code: 2002638
£19.50
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Description

In tea as in wine, challenging growing conditions often yield the most highly prized specimens. This champagne of teas, harvested from the foothills of the Himalayas, is one of the highest-grown teas, from bushes more than a century old delivering a subtle Muscatel taste.
Tasting Notes

Tasting Notes

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The champagne of teas, our Darjeeling Fine Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe Tea – an incredibly high tea grade – is harvested from Himalayan bushes more than a century old. Smooth and drinkable, it is a perfect partner to sweet desserts like cheesecake or trifle.
Delicate
Afternoon
Darjeeling
How to Brew

How to Brew

For every cup you wish to make, add a rounded teaspoon of leaves to your pot. Add freshly-boiled water, brew for 3-5 minutes, place your strainer over your cup and pour. For tea bags, simply brew in your cup for 3-5 minutes, remove and enjoy.

Description

In tea as in wine, challenging growing conditions often yield the most highly prized specimens. This champagne of teas, harvested from the foothills of the Himalayas, is one of the highest-grown teas, from bushes more than a century old delivering a subtle Muscatel taste.

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