Darjeeling Breakfast Black Tea

  • Darjeeling

  • Breakfast Blend

Darjeeling Breakfast Black Tea
Darjeeling Breakfast Black Tea
Darjeeling Breakfast Black Tea
Darjeeling Breakfast Black Tea
Darjeeling Breakfast Black Tea

Darjeeling Breakfast Black Tea

A strong morning cup that is brisk with notes of wood and fruit rind.

A strong morning cup that is brisk with notes of wood and fruit rind.

100gm

40 cups

500gm

200 cups

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₹ 699

Maximum Retail Price (incl. of all taxes)

₹ 699

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Maximum Retail Price (incl. of all taxes)

description

This is not a tea for those with a light palate. The flavors in it are strong and tannic. It helps for a quick pick-me-up on slow mornings. Also enjoyed with honey and lemon rather than milk and sweetner.

the experience

Darjeeling Breakfast Black Tea

liquor

aroma

Mellow notes of dried red fruit and wood

appearance

Amber

taste

The liquor is brisk and astringent. Brisk notes of wood and fruit rind dominate in the middle and fade slowly. The finish is quite tannic.

COMPLEMENTS

Scrambled eggs, buttered toast with jam, sable, pancake, waffles, fresh fruit

dry leaf

aroma

Tannic, woody notes with hints of malt

appearance

Mix of well-rolled brownish-black leaves -some with tips- and leaf flakes

infusion

aroma

Predominantly woody

appearance

Coppery with some dark olive green hues

Product-Page-Steeping
steeping notes

cold filtered O2 Rich Water

Temperature

Tea Leaves

Time

hot

180 ml

85℃ -90℃

1.5 tsp / 2.5 g

4 mins

Recommended number of steeps - 1

condiments

Lemon

Drink Plain

Sugar

Honey

TIME OF DAY
Morning
CAFFEINE
Medium
BEST CONSUMED
Hot
SEASON
Second
SPECIALTY
Chinary
SKU SDBFB | GRADE FTGFOP1

description

This is not a tea for those with a light palate. The flavors in it are strong and tannic. It helps for a quick pick-me-up on slow mornings. Also enjoyed with honey and lemon rather than milk and sweetner.

aroma:
Mellow notes of dried red fruit and wood
appearance:
Amber
taste:
The liquor is brisk and astringent. Brisk notes of wood and fruit rind dominate in the middle and fade slowly. The finish is quite tannic.
COMPLEMENTS:
Scrambled eggs, buttered toast with jam, sable, pancake, waffles, fresh fruit
aroma

Tannic, woody notes with hints of malt

appearance

Mix of well-rolled brownish-black leaves -some with tips- and leaf flakes

aroma

Predominantly woody

appearance

Coppery with some dark olive green hues

cold filtered O2 Rich Water

180 ml

Temperature

85℃ -90℃

Tea Leaves

1.5 tsp / 2.5 g

Time

4 mins

HOT

Lemon

Drink Plain

Sugar

Honey

TIME OF DAY Morning
CAFFEINE Medium
BEST CONSUMED Hot
SEASON Second
SPECIALTY Chinary
SKU SDBFB
GRADE FTGFOP1