2nd Flush black tea that was plucked by nimble fingers on a summer morning, where the temperatures are generally around the low 20s, and a cool mist. This invoice was plucked from high elevation Chinary clonal bushes at Puttabong Tea Estate, near Darjeeling Town.
The dark brown leaves are interspersed with delicate tips. When brewed, the liquor is golden orange and bright. The first sip is toasty, and it immediately makes way for intricate layers, of complex flavors of natural honey with fruity notes. The bright cup finishes off delectably with muscatel hues that linger long after, transporting you to misty mountains.
100% Organic & Sustainably Produced
About the Puttabong Tea Estate -
Puttabong – which literally means house of green leaves has number of distinctions to itself. First Tea Estate in the history of Darjeeling Tea Plantation (Planted by the pioneering British Tea Planter Dr.Campbell in 1852). The garden has in house facilities for sustainable production the garden has huge plant of Vermicompost, Cattle farming and making of liquid fertilizers with local herbs.
Overlooking the magnificent snow-capped peaks of Mount Kanchenjunga – the world’s third highest mountain range, the Puttabong Tea Estate is located at an altitude of 1500 to 6500 feet and spread across 22 kms ending in the snow fed Rangeet river. This garden is one of the biggest tea estate in Darjeeling comprising of 5 divisions located at a stretch of approximately 20 Km from Darjeeling city to Sikkim State border.