From the renowned Euphoria section, exclusively reserved for the AV2 cultivar, the Avongrove garden presents a batch of black tea. This first plucking of the year, explosively aromatic, has led to the regional reputation as: the champagne of black teas.
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This Darjeeling black tea returns this year with a spring harvest consisting of two clones (or tea plant varieties) from different sections of the garden.
Renown for its old classic plants, this small, family-owned garden in the Darjeeling region of India offers us a black tea, hard-withered to preserve a level greenness in the leaves.
This small lot of Indian black tea from the Gopaldhara garden in Darjeeling comes from a high altitude section of the plantation that is planted with a mix of cultivars giving distinct qualities to the taste.
Here is a batch of black tea from the spring harvest of one of the leading gardens in the mountainous region of Darjeeling in India. Jungpana has been in our catalogue for several years now with its exceptional traditional Darjeelings sourced from classic plants.
With their century-old classic tea bushes, the new owners of this small garden have revived the great potential of these fields with this spring harvest tea so coveted by Darjeeling tea enthusiasts.
Samabeong in Darjeeling is a remote garden east of Kalimpong town near the Bhutanese border. This isolated terroir gives the tea a unique flavour of its own. Originally planted by the Scots in 1882, its current tea-maker amazes us with the quality of these clonal leaves, with such high bud content.
This new arrival of Indian black tea offers a meeting between two clonal cultivars from the Darjeeling region, T78 and B157. This terroir is renowned for its high quality production with singular and complex flavours rarely found elsewhere.