Teas from the Darjeeling province in India are the perfect choice for people who like delicate black teas - it consists only of the youngest tea leaves and buds, which is why it impresses with a floral, light taste. Darjeeling Puttabong tea leaves are harvested in the spring, in the first harvest - this indicates high-quality tea.
Climatic conditions: high altitudes; seasonal weather system that creates the unmistakable, famous "Darjeeling Taste"
Place of cultivation: Southeast India, West Bengal, very close to the Himalayas.
Provinces / Plantations: Castleton, Bloomfield, Puttabong, Makaibari
Tippy - golden tips are present, which is due to the high quality, due to the collection of leaves from the same tips of tea plants.
Golden Flowery - indicates the golden shade of all or all leaves, a high quality sign - this color occurs at the ends of the youngest shoots and buds collected during the first harvest of the season.
Orange Pekoe - whole leaves
After brewing, the infusion should have a golden color and a delicate, floral flavor.
Black tea is obtained by fermenting green tea. It works stimulatingly due to high content of theine. It inhibits the growth of bacteria that can be found in the digestive system. It stimulates the secretion of digestive juices. An undoubted advantage of black teas is lowering blood pressure - blood circulation improves and the risk of heart disease decreases.
Brewing black tea for too long causes the release of tannins, which reduces the risk of developing some types of cancer, but the tea loses its taste - it becomes bitter.
Ingredients: 100% Darjeeling black tea FTGFOP1 House Blend
It should be stored in a dry and cool place away from intense odors.
Instructions for preparing 200ml of ready infusion: pour a portion of 3g of tea with 95C water and wait 3-5 minutes to brew.
Net weight: 100 g
Darjeeling FTGFOP1 House Blend
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