Nov 09 , 2021
For any tea connoisseur, none comes superior to Darjeeling’s best known tea, grown in the cradles of Mt. Kanchenjunga. Pinkish - orange or with a tinge of blue, those who have seen the blissful sight of Mt. Kangchenjunga may describe the scene to be held in their memories for a very long time. When a cold Darjeeling breeze is felt in the early morning, Mt. Kanchenjunga tenderly lifts it's head with the hues of the golden sun, changing from pink to orange to golden to yellow. Imagine, sipping your first cup of the most delicate and aromatic Darjeeling tea with the majestic view of the mighty Kanchenjunga range. It’s an experience unlike any other.
Frequently called the champagne of teas, it is renowned the world over and coveted by both connoisseurs and casual drinkers. Darjeeling is best known for its muscatel flavour, described as a “musky spiciness,” “a unique muscat-like fruitiness in aroma and flavour. Darjeeling tea, similar to champagne, partakes in a topographical pointer status and can’t be developed or produced elsewhere in the world.
Anyone who has visited Darjeeling will vouch for its unrivaled magnificence. The rich vegetation to the furthest extent that the eye can reach, lined by the magnificent Mt. Kanchenjunga and the lush and pristine tea gardens, will leave an indelible mark in your mind that you will always cherish. And every time you sip on your favourite cup you are taken back to that wonder