Not your regular breakfast tea, Darjeeling tea is not to be drunk in a rush, but to be enjoyed slowly, with every steep and sip, discovering hidden layers of its exquisite leaf. This tea has a beautiful flavour profile, elegance and personality. Take your time to enjoy all hidden layers and discover why it is called the champagne of Indian black teas. Light yet very expressive flowery notes with sweet ripe fruit taste, and just the right touch of faint astringency to round-up the sweetness. A brew that is hand-crafted for pure enjoyment.
GRADE AND DESCRIPTION: Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe (TGFOP) loose Darjeeling black tea
GROWER: Pasabong Small Tea Growers Group, Darjeeling,
REUSABLE COTTON TEABAGS: Each 75g package of Wellington Duke tea comes with two handmade Indian cotton teabags. Fill each bag with up to 3 tsp of tea. Each full bag may be re-used 1-2 more times. Afterwards, carefully empty and rinse bag under cold water and store in dark dry place. If it looks grubby after a while, do not use.
BREWING: Use 1 tsp of tea per 200mls of freshly boiled water cooled to 90°C. Steep for 3 minutes or as per your preference. Drink it black or add milk, lemon or honey to taste. The only sugar sweetener we recommend for tea should come in the form of a biscuit.