This is only a short blog post about our new fresh TEA arrivals from China. They will be up on our page very soon, so look out.
When the T-box arrived we were so thrilled that we forgot the time of the day. We have started to open all T-bags like frenzy addicts, soaking the aroma of each tea deeply into our lungs, while admiring the perfectly shaped, unified, unbroken leaves of different hues and shapes. This is a spring 2019 pluck of mostly green teas with one white, one wulong and one black tea. It is so fresh that we...
How to make an incredible MASALA CHAI at home:
1. Add 10 g of our Masala Chai mixture to 300 ml water and boil for 10 min.
3. Add 1 tbsp of sugar or honey (or more if you prefer your chai sweeter) and boil for another minute.
4. Pour 200 ml of milk into the magic pot and wait until it rise up.
5. Strain the Masala Chai into a teapot and enjoy :) Easy...
Classification: Pre-Rain Iron Goddess of Mercy Premium AA – wulong tea
Oxidation level: 25-40%
Roast level: 0%
Cultivar: Tie Quan Yin
Origin: China, Fujian province, Anxi region, Gan De village
Grade: Ming Qian (Pre-rain), Exquisite grade, hand crafted
Leaf: Perfectly twisted brilliant green pearls with an aroma of thyme, eucalyptus and grapefruit.
Infused leaf: Huge, greatly unfolded leaves with a delicate composition of shades of green with a nose of geranium and coriander.
Liquor: The liquor is bright golden with intoxicating flowery bouquet– magnolia orchid, lily and wisteria, followed by notes of broccoli, peach and geranium. The cup is mouthful, buttery,...
Classification: 1st flush Darjeeling Gopaldhara Maharani of Darjeeling Special SFTGFOP 1 – black tea
Cultivar: Darjeeling quality tippy clonal variety P-312 and P-157
Origin: India, West Bengal, Darjeeling, Mirik Valley, Gopaldhara tea Estate
Grade: Exceptional, Terrific
Picked: April 2019
Dry leaf: Small, curly reddish-brown leaves and golden hairy tips. Floral fragrance with hints of peaches and herbs. Very creamy, almost buttery on the nose and super fragrant.
Infused Leaf: Light reddish-green leaves, uniformed. Aroma floral, fruity – peach and mango and after the rain “petrichor” sensation.
Liquor: Bright, crisp amber cup with super floral aroma - orchids and peonies! Liquor light in the body, mellow...
We are in search of the best 1st Flush Darjeeling of this season!
What are you searching for?
As we love 1st flush picks of many Darjeeling tea Estates, some plantations have always been more prominent to us than others. The beautiful and never changing quality of these teas, outstanding flavours and freshness is something what we are looking forward to each spring. This spring 2019 is not any different.
Why do we love 1st flush Darjeeling Tea?
The flower bouquet attack of the tea is like a burst of spring to our eyes, the fruitiness is like a summer dance to our taste...
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