Giddapahar Classic Summer Chinary Black Tea
A strong Darjeeling Second Flush with delicious fruity tones of apricots, dried cherries and hints of cocoa.
Here’s a full-bodied cup from one of Darjeeling’s sought after estates. This black tea from Giddapahar is made from traditional chinary bushes and has that quaint character to it. The aroma is bright and lively with notes of cherries and nuts. This reels you into a charming cup that feels ample in the mouth bringing luscious fruity flavors to the palate. Apricots and dried cherries resound and stay through the cup. Soft and delicate notes of burnt wood and cocoa add variety and layered nuances to the liquor. The cherished oaky tones come round the end laced with subtle nuttiness and stay on for an outstanding aftertaste.
Caramalised, toasted nuts, biscotti, candied apricot along with a gourmet score of macaroons
Well rolled, wiry, blackish leaves with a greyish hue interspersed with ochre-hued buds and some open brown leaves
Ripe tree fruits, earthy, oaky with subtle plum-like resonances
Long, open, broad-sized, mix of coppery and dark-brown leaves; some with one leaf and a bud