Aroma - Soothing earthy aroma of tea leaves unfurling whiffs of nutty, spicy notes Appearance - Golden Tasting Notes - Nutty, Spicy Caffeine - High Best Consumed - Throughout the day Complementing Food - Carrot cake. Macaroons. Delicate pastries Taste - Light-bodied infusion of this tea indulges one in a plethora of flavours with a mix of nutty and spicy notes. The bright cup will leave you refreshing immersed in its characteristic 'muscatel' profile.
Black Tea Leaves
Promotes weight loss, Treats gastric ulcers, Benefits bones, Good for oral health, Relieves stress
1. Allow 1 tsp of tea for each 150ml of water.
2. Add freshly boiled water.
3. Pour and leave to infuse for 2-3 minutes.
4. Sieve and serve.
Unlike other black teas, Darjeeling black tea is not fully oxidized and this Indian black tea is best known for its unique flavor: nutty muscatel notes that resemble no other tea. This is the reason why this tea is considered the finest of teas.