Tea grown in the Darjeeling Hills of India. These teas are renowned for their muscatel flavor.
dahr-JEE-ling] This strong, full-bodied black tea comes from India`s province of Darjeeling, in the foothills of the Himalayas. Darjeeling tea leaves are grown at about 7,000 feet and are considered one of India`s finest.
A black tea from the Darjeeling province of India.
Darjeeling Oolong refers to a lighter than usual Darjeeling black tea which some people refer to as an Oolong. The tea has a distinctives chocolatey aromas and is most similar to Oolong from Fujian Province, China; but without the sophistication and finer taste.
Darjeeling White Tea has a delicate aroma and brews to a pale golden cup with a mellow taste and a hint of sweetness. Darjeeling white tea leaves are very fluffy and light; thus, it is recommended to use more (by volume) when preparing it than one would of other teas.