I did not enjoy this tea. I tried it a couple of times, and it just had no strength, no body to it. I ended up throwing it away because I would rather devote the space to tea I actually enjoy.
The leaf is longish and flaky with a fair amount of tips visible. The tea is a bright golden color with a unique flavor and abundant aroma. This tea comes from an Estate that is located in the heart of Darjeeling (West Bengal, India). An estate with 1,600 acres and some breathtaking views of the Kanchenjunga Mountain Range, it stretches from an elevation of 3,700 feet, all the way down to the sandy banks of the two snow-fed Himalayan rivers that meander through it, one of which is the Rungeet River.
100% of proceeds from the sale of the tea goes to providing scholarships for impoverished girls in India.
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