Arya Long Leaf Tea 50g Darjeeling Tea First Flush
Mildly astringent which tastes wonderful as you sense the floral and citrusy punch. A nice aftertaste is noted coupled with a floral fragrance that lingers in the mouth.
|Organic:||100% Organic | IMO JAS|
|Garden:||Arya Tea Estate|
|Weight:||50g (1.76 ounce) [20 to 25 cups]|
|Manufactured:||Mid March 2022|
|Grade:||Spring China – [ SFTGFOP1 (Long Leaf) ]|
Arya is a tea estate that is renowned for both its clonal as well as Chinary cultivar teas. Some of the widely popular teas are Diamond, Emerald, Pearl, and Ruby. An organic tea garden with long leaf tea, located just a few kilometers below the Darjeeling town at an elevation of 1800 meters and has been very consistent in producing the distinct characteristics which are Darjeeling.
Dry Tea Leaf:
Appearance: The organic tea leaves of this first flush pickings are semi-fermented and subtly lend characteristics of premium oolong teas. The leaves of this Chinary tea are finely plucked and consist of both dark and light green shades. The presence of silver tips of the buds accentuates the look of the tea. The made tea is of optimal quality and consists of two leaves and a bud, the best in terms of picking practices by this organic tea garden.
Fragrance: Dry tea leaves of this tea is a bouquet of floral aroma. It’s a typical fragrance that tea lovers of premium Darjeeling first flush tea would relate to.
Appearance: Brighter shades of light lemon.
Fragrance: Mellow fragrance of tropical flora is noted in the liquor.
Flavour: The tea pampers the senses with a combination of the subtle sweetness of apple, grapes, and mild honeysuckle, mellow and feel-good astringency which seems to engulf and tickle the mouthfeel gradually right after the sip.
Tastes sweet and mellow when cold. Complex tastes of mild astringency and sweet aftertaste similar to that of juicy tropical fruits like pears and apricots caress the senses and linger for hours after the sip. A mark of an excellent tea made with finesse and expertise.
In toto, a high-grade Darjeeling tea aptly referred to as the Champagne of Teas.
No. of Infusions suggested: 2-3
|Filtered Water||200ml filtered water|
|Steeping Temperature||85°C to 95°C|
|Tea Qty||2g to 2.5 g|
|Steeping Time||5 to 7 minutes|
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