Flowery Orange Darjeeling Tea
This sensational Darjeeling produces a bright orange cup that ignites the senses with its refreshing and enlivening fragrance.
Date of Plucking : 12th April 2016
How to make Flowery Orange Darjeeling Tea
Amount of tea per cup (200 ml) - 2g (1 heaped teaspoon)
Temperature of water - 80℃ / 176℉
Infusion time - 5 mins as desired
Number of infusions - 1-2
How to enjoy - No milk, no sugar
In more depth...
Provenance: Ambootia Tea Garden, Himalayas, Darjeeling
The Ambootia tea garden resides in the mist laden Himalayas of Darjeeling - an area famed for a flavour of its teas. The garden is the flagship tea garden of a collective that were taken over at a time of ailing fortune in the Darjeeling tea industry. This garden was the first one to be converted from conventional to bio-dynamic and was selected by FAO as a model farm for organic, bio-dynamic farming system. The biodynamic tea and organic practices adopted here have truly infused the bushes with vitality and enhanced the quality of the leaf. These practices have prevented soil erosion and improved soil fertility. Ambootia is also committed to supporting the Save Our Soils Fund substantially over the next few years with financial contributions as well as by sharing their experiences and insights to help further sustainable soil management practices on a global scale.