Dry Leaf: Black/brown with little green leaves
Taste: A fine very early first flush Darjeeling black tea grown at mid-altitude in the shadows of the mighty Kanchanjungha., at the famed Glenburn Tea Estate. Early warm weather results in an earlier end to hibernation and subsequent flushing even though very very limited.
This tea produced in a very small quantity, possesses a refreshing flavoury aroma of spring flowers with mild fruitiness and slight vegetal notes.
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