SINGBULLI CHINA FLOWERY

Located in the Mirik area in Darjeeling,West Bengal. The Singbulli estate is spread across 9 rolling hills over an area of 22 kms with altitude varying between 1200 ft msi to 4100 ft msi.
Originally established in 1924 by British planters.The garden has four divisions, namely Singbulli Division, Manja Division, Tingling Division and Murmah Division. Jayshree Tea management is very active in ecological upgradation and maintaining bio-diversity at the garden and has initiated various programmes for soil conservation and environmental protection.This is a heavily-oxidized chinary tea and has the makings of a fine muscatel. Its flavors are brisk and assertive, tannins prominent in the cup, almost like a mature red wine. We think this the perfect tea for a garden party.

Availability: In stock

Product Name Price Qty
SINGBULLI CHINA FLOWERY-100 gm | 50 cups
$1.48
SINGBULLI CHINA FLOWERY-250 gm | 125 Cups
$5.69
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Product Description

About the Tea Garden
The garden is located about 45 Kms from Siliguri and produces Darjeeling Orthodox Black Tea, Green Tea and Speciality Teas.This garden was established by British planters, and the Factory was set up in the year 1924. Since 2003, the tea garden is being managed by Jayshree group.
Liquor
Aroma:
Mellow notes of wood and dried drupe, with distant hints of burnt sugar
Taste:
The liquor is medium-bodied, brisk, and slightly astringent. It starts out on a clean, sour note, turning woody and astringent in the middle. There is a wine-like crispness to the liquor which makes the palate salivate, more so with every sip. The finish is short and resembles the taste of unripe tree fruit
Complements:
Ideal with a cheese course, pasta, Greek salad, cream puffs
Dry Leaf
Aroma
Woody, creamy
Appearance
Even black and brown leaves
 
Infusion
Aroma
Squash, peach, cilantro with hints of green chili
Appearance
Matt green, coppery
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:
Spring Flush
Best Consumed:
Hot
 
Suggested Condiments:
Plain, sugar, lemon or honey
Best time of the day:
Afternoon
sku: CCBTDJ022
grade: FTGFOP1 china flowery
invoice: DJ630
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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