MARGARET'S HOPE- MUSCATEL

    For a chinary tea, the flavors in this summer tea are exceptionally well-rounded, ample in the mouth, quite aromatic, and intense enough to stand out. Given its aromatic profile, it nearly qualifies as a muscatel tea.

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    Product NamePriceQty
    MARGARET'S HOPE- MUSCATEL-100 gm | 50 cups
    $8.83
    MARGARET'S HOPE- MUSCATEL-250 gm | 125 Cups

    Regular Price: $22.05

    Special Price $16.57

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    Product Description

    About the Tea Garden
    The estate is a very picturesque garden with two rivers flowing through it and has occasional views of the incredible Himalayan peaks, the abundance of ferns and trees, the wild flowers and rushing streams, the velvety moss, lichens and orchids seem to beckon the China bushes to create some of the most exquisite teas.Margaret's Hope is a world famous name when it comes to Darjeeling Tea. Earlier known as Bara Ringtong, it was started in 1830 as a small plantation and became commercially viable in 1864 with China variety of plants.
    Liquor
    Aroma:
    Top notes of shelled nuts and oak wood with undertones of dried fruit and tobacco
    Taste:
    The liquor is smooth, well-balanced, and full-bodied. It starts out clean but reveals notes of oak wood and plum in the middle. Some sour notes can be made out around the edges although they lack intensity. An aftertaste of grape can be detected towards the back of the palate.
    Complements:
    Ideal with a light snack of sandwiches and salads
    Dry Leaf
    Aroma
    Roasted legume, resembling chickpeas, with a touch of fire.
    Appearance
    Short, tightly-rolled black leaves; some with tips and green flakes
     
    Infusion
    Aroma
    Slightly vegetal with subtle hints of pulpy yellow fruit and tobacco
    Appearance
    Broken, brownish-green leaves
    Steeping Instructions
    Hot
    180 ml
    85-90 °C
    2 tsp / 2 g
    3-4 mins
    Storage Instructions

    Protect your investment (and your palate) by storing your fine, loose leaf tea in a proper tea container. Tea needs to be kept away from heat, light, air, and moisture.  The best way to store tea is at room temperature in an airtight tea canister. Unlike coffee, you cannot wrap up tea and put it in the freezer. Tea will lose its flavor and scent quickly if stored in fancy, purely decorative tea containers or kept near a heat source, such as a stove or next to the toaster in your kitchen.

    Our airtight double walled stainless steel tea tins are the perfect tea storage container to keep your teas fresh for up to a year.

    Recommended Steeps:
    One
    Caffeine:
    Medium
     
    Season:
    Summer Flush
    Best Consumed:
    Hot
     
    Suggested Condiments:
    plain, lemon or honey
    Best time of the day:
    Anytime
    sku: CCBTDJ035
    grade: FTGFOP1
    invoice: DJ-176
    Certifications
    Manufacturer Info
    Aman Tea Distributors Pvt. Ltd, Bhutki More, Jalpaiguri-735135 West Bengal, India.
     
    Marketing Office
    Aman Tea Distributors Pvt. Ltd, Mia Garage Building, 2nd Floor, Hill Cart Road, Siliguri(Darjeeling)-734001 West Bengal, India.

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