Margaret's Hope Moonlight Spring White Tea
An exceptional Darjeeling that is light, creamy with vibrant notes of geraniums and lillies.
As moonlights go, they are the best of the bunch. Profiles vary from batch to batch and the terroir and technique make a fine difference. Margaret’s Hope this spring offers an incredibly luscious cup, much envied by other moonlights and highly desired by tea enthusiasts. The aromatic liquor is vibrant right from the start and is well complemented by a light body that is impressively velvety. The lush geraniums and lilies resound throughout and some cheerful fruity notes of raw mangoes add depth and mellowness to the cup. Subtle hints of moonflower make the aftertaste quite sublime. You can steep this cup a second time for a sweet and floral experience.
Sweet, nutty with notes of vanilla, milk chocolate, nougat and delicate floral-woody note evocative of fragrant ivy
Nicely rolled, elegant, dark green leaves mixed with ample gray-lunar buds with pubescence and few bright green leaf cuttings
Invigorating floral accents; reminiscent of jasmine, lily with lush citrusy and soft vegetal intonations
Young, bright olive-green leaves, some with two leaves and soft green unopened buds