Darjeeling Chamling SFTGFOP1 first flush 2022 ORGANIC

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Reference : 821555
Price per unit: 5 660 Kč / Kg
5 660 Kč

Pkg:

500 g

Country of origin: India
Infusions: 1

Description

The Chamling tea estate, also known as Sepoydhoorah, was established in 1870. The plantation spreads out across the southern hills of Kurseong (Kurseong or Kharsang translates as the "land of white orchids"). Not only does the estate grow tea in an environmentally friendly manner, but the location is also kept pristine and contains many rare plants and animals. Light green, oblong leaves with occasional silver tips brew to make an infusion golden brown in hue. It has a floral scent reminiscent of a freshly cut spring meadow, while the taste possesses a nettle or grass like note alongside a trace of early walnut.

preparation

Preparation guidelines: Use 10 g of tea (approx. 6 heaped tsp) for 1 l of water at the temperature of 85°C. Allow to infuse for 3 minutes, then strain. Suitable for 1 infusion.

Composition

The Chamling tea estate, also known as Sepoydhoorah, was established in 1870. The plantation spreads out across the southern hills of Kurseong (Kurseong or Kharsang translates as the "land of white orchids"). Not only does the estate grow tea in an environmentally friendly manner, but the location is also kept pristine and contains many rare plants and animals. Light green, oblong leaves with occasional silver tips brew to a golden-brown infusion with a scent reminiscent of a freshly cut spring meadow. Its taste is dominated by a nettle or grass like note and a trace of early walnut.

Country of origin: India
Infusions: 1

Description

The Chamling tea estate, also known as Sepoydhoorah, was established in 1870. The plantation spreads out across the southern hills of Kurseong (Kurseong or Kharsang translates as the "land of white orchids"). Not only does the estate grow tea in an environmentally friendly manner, but the location is also kept pristine and contains many rare plants and animals. Light green, oblong leaves with occasional silver tips brew to make an infusion golden brown in hue. It has a floral scent reminiscent of a freshly cut spring meadow, while the taste possesses a nettle or grass like note alongside a trace of early walnut.

preparation

Preparation guidelines: Use 10 g of tea (approx. 6 heaped tsp) for 1 l of water at the temperature of 85°C. Allow to infuse for 3 minutes, then strain. Suitable for 1 infusion.

Composition

The Chamling tea estate, also known as Sepoydhoorah, was established in 1870. The plantation spreads out across the southern hills of Kurseong (Kurseong or Kharsang translates as the "land of white orchids"). Not only does the estate grow tea in an environmentally friendly manner, but the location is also kept pristine and contains many rare plants and animals. Light green, oblong leaves with occasional silver tips brew to a golden-brown infusion with a scent reminiscent of a freshly cut spring meadow. Its taste is dominated by a nettle or grass like note and a trace of early walnut.

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