Mountain View | Darjeeling Organic Black Tea
Mountain View cup offers a spicy note, zesty but mellow at the same time. The liquor is bright and brings aromatic notes of spring. The citrusy fruitiness of the first few sips remains consistent throughout the cup. The body is medium and the mouthfeel is thick. The middle brings a little earthy flavour with hints of wood. In combination with flavours, the cup is enjoyable. The finish is slow, as desired, lasting with a delicate sweetness lingering on the palate.
Dry Leaf Appearance
Appropriately rolled leaves, brown, coppery, black, and light to dark green.
Brew a cup of Darjeeling Black Tea
Take 220 ml of fresh water (for one cup), heat it to boiling temperature & briefly cool. Pour one teaspoon (2.5/3 GM) Darjeeling Black Tea leaves into an infuser or a cup and add hot water. Wait for 3-4 minutes for the Tea to be ready. Now serve the Tea hot & warm. More tea leaves will lead to a more robust cup. More infusion time can give a bitter cup. Set these two parameters to suit your taste to enjoy a perfect cup. Use Fresh or Oxygen-rich fresh water for making Tea. Do not reuse the same hot water. Porcelain tea wares or borosilicate infusers are the best for Darjeeling Black Tea preparation. One can enjoy Tea by hot and cold brewing.
Darjeeling Black Tea & Wellness
Tea is the second highest consumed beverage after water. History relates our Tea drinking culture dates back to 4000 years. Tea quickly refreshes Our bodies & mind. Moreover, it also enhances alertness and focus. Antioxidants found in Teas are known as Tea Polyphenols. Studies have linked Tea Polyphenols to impressive health benefits. Traditional wisdom says the inclusion of Darjeeling Black Tea in our diets can slow down the ageing process.