Darjeeling First Flush GoomteeLot DJ-3
This early spring batch from the classic plants of Goomtee garden are an even mix of leaves and silvery buds. Founded near the end of the 19th Century they have been making quality tea for over a century.
This exclusive lot has a liquor with a full, vibrant and herbal opening. A slightly saline background with woodsy and spicy notes, followed by a muscatel burst, the signature of the terroir. A tea with a remarkably persistent aftertaste.
A bracing and comforting tea
- Cultivar: «Pure China»
- Producer: M. Mishra
- Altitude: 1900m
- Date of harvest: April 1, 2022
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