Darjeeling First flush RisheehatLot Dj-3
The springtime, First Flush leaves of this black tea are from the Risheehat garden in Darjeeling (India). This valley is known for its steep sides and rich, fertile soils. This year’s selection is from classic, heritage plants in the highest section of the garden.
The liquor gives off a sweet, charming perfume. The liquor is frank with vegetal notes (green wood), citrus zeste and delicate tannic notes of ginger.
A tea of almost perfect balance.
- Cultivar: «Pure China»
- Producer: M. Kumar
- Altitude: 1550m
- Date of harvest: March 31, 2022
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