Upper Namring Exotic Spring Black Tea
A springtime treat from Darjeeling that is smooth, floral with hints of ripe fruits.
It’s time for yet another season of the delicate and tender spring. And with it we get the most awaited delights like this exotic black from one of our favorite Darjeeling estates. The cool air and the fleeting sun makes this liquor redolent of the fresh flowers of spring like white lilies and geraniums. Light and extra smooth, the floral notes strike you right from the start and grow throughout. Nuanced hints of ripe fruits similar to muskmelon come along the middle and layer the cup beautifully. There is a citrusy tinge toward the end which fuses with refreshing notes of spring sap that makes up an outstanding aftertaste. Steep it one more time to relish flavors of raw mango and is best served iced for an incredible experience.
Cashew, toasted nuts, earthy with muted spicy intonations akin to carnation
Well-twisted, stylish, blackish-green leaves interspersed with chunky silvery buds with pubescence and some olive-green leaf cuttings
Immensely fragrant, soothing - redolent of geranium, jasmine, white orchids with light citrusy accents
Bright, olive-green tender leaves, some with two leaves and a bud