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Darjeeling Ruby Tea
4.90909090909

Darjeeling Ruby Tea

$34.99
3.5 oz 40 cups
Singbulli Special Summer Oolong Tea
4.27272727273

Singbulli Special Summer Oolong Tea

$26.99
3.5 oz 40 cups
Margaret's Hope Classic Summer Chinary Black Tea
4.4375

Margaret's Hope Classic Summer Chinary Black Tea

$12.99
3.5 oz 40 cups
Risheehat Classic Summer Black Tea
4.4

Risheehat Classic Summer Black Tea

$11.99
3.5 oz 40 cups
Singbulli Classic Summer Chinary Black Tea
4.0

Singbulli Classic Summer Chinary Black Tea

$8.99
3.5 oz 40 cups
Turzum Classic Summer Black Tea
4.0

Turzum Classic Summer Black Tea

$15.99
3.5 oz 40 cups
Lopchu Golden Orange Pekoe Black Tea
4.89473684211

Lopchu Golden Orange Pekoe Black Tea

$12.99
3.5 oz 40 cups
Lopchu Flowery Orange Pekoe Black Tea
4.55813953488

Lopchu Flowery Orange Pekoe Black Tea

$9.99
3.5 oz 40 cups
Goomtee Special Summer Muscatel Black Tea
4.55

Goomtee Special Summer Muscatel Black Tea

$27.99
3.5 oz 40 cups
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If you visit Darjeeling between June and August, it’s hard to miss the buzz of activity ‐ it’s time for the summer flush here. The May‐June period ushers in the second tea harvest of the year.
While this region’s first flush embodies spring’s freshness, the second is where the tea bushes truly push out their best leaves. Teas from this season capture the boldness and flavors that have come to describe the best Darjeeling teas.
Second flush teas are almost always well rounded and full bodied. The liquor is fragrant and its flavors are of red berries, dried apples, peaches and cantaloupe.
No mention of summer teas from Darjeeling can be made without talking about the muscatels, that prized specialty tea. The muscatel is made from chinary teas and pack an extraordinary flavor profile. They have a dominant flavor of sweet red fruit, similar to the Muscat grapes, from where it gets its name.
The first ever Darjeeling estate to produce the muscatel was Castleton. Estates like Jungpana and Seeyok are now among those whose muscatels are sought after.

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