A limited-edition Darjeeling Autumn cup is picked from Oaks Tea Estate, Darjeeling an Organic Tea Estate located at an altitude of 5500 FT tucked in the valley of Eastern Himalayan range also known as Muscatel Valley. This tea is made from rare Clonal bushes plucked during October when Autumn approaches in the upper ranches of the Himalayan valley. The tea brews into an orange coppery cup with a fruity note and gives you a sweet flavoury taste.
Best time to drink
A cup of Darjeeling Black Tea can be best enjoyed in the morning, during breakfast and during evening.
Darjeeling Oaks Autumn Floral
Heat fresh filtered water to the ideal temperature, ensure the water isn't bubbling as exceptionally high temperatures can devastate the fragile notes in the tea.
Place 2 - 2.5 Gms or 1 tea spoon of tea leaves in an infuser.
Pour 120 - 150 ml of boiling water over the tea leaves until they are lowered.
Let it steep for 4 - 5 mints. Take care not to over-steep.
Remove the tea leaves and Strain the tea into a cup.
You may also add sugar, cream, or honey, possibly include a scramble of lemon squeeze or mint for that additional flavour.
But we being the perfectionists suggest that you drink it plain.