Namring White Tea from Namring Tea Estate, Darjeeling has greenish appearance ,with two leaves and one bud , giving impression of hand-rolled and sun tossed ,having grassy vegetal nose, with raw oak aroma at the end.

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    SKU: CCWTD597

    Product Description

    About the Tea Garden
    Namring Testate is second largest testate of Darjeeling. Name Namring comes from Priest (Lama) of Lapcha. This testate have three division Namring, Poopong and Jinglam. It have own power house, ropeway, Hospital and Hugh tea factory. One primary school named Jankalayani, a small play ground named Cricket Maidan, one Shivi Ji mandir, One Jalpa Davi Davithan, Jun Pokhari and one Library named Ramita Pustakalaya. This tea garden gives quality tea to world.


    Soft and fresh. Evokes tree fruits and fresh cut grass in the attack and middle. Mellow hints of apricot jam can be felt towards the back.
    The beginning starts off with clean notes before jasmine arrives in the middle. You'll notice this better if the tea is steeped at a slightly lower temperature than recommended. A fruity sweetness accompanies the floral notes, intensifying the experience of the cup. The flavors come full circle, ending clean, and leaving pleasant notes of Indian plum and pink rose on the palate.
    Best enjoyed on its own or with a bowl of fresh fruit.


    Dry Leaf
    Clear notes of fresh cut grass and green bark besides hints of gardenia and milk chocolate.
    Ash green buds with downy hair.
    Warm, meadowy quality; mellow notes of fresh cut grass and garden flowers.
    Pale olive green


    Steeping Instructions
    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:
    Best Consumed:
    Suggested Condiments:
    (1) Drink Plain,(2)Honey (3)Lemon
    Best time of the day:


    sku: CCWTD597
    grade: White Tea
    invoice: EX 1010 /16




    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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