The cup lights up in autumnal shades of marigold yellow with a mellow body that dances with an intensity of fruit and malt. Stealthy floral fragrance of orchids steal in an edge of freshness with a cloy finish of fresh honey.
Crisp frosted leaves in a copper brown gradation tipped with golden and silver hairs and a sweet cedar wood aroma.
Even and slender tawny copper whole leaves with a malty cocoa and the freshness of orange zest
A shiny golden yellow medium-bodied liquor resonates with floral aroma of orchids and mellow flavours of fruit and malt. Stealthy juicy berries bring in freshness, followed by a sweet honey finish.
For a perfect Cup of Tea:
Take 1 cup of water (200 ml).
Heat it to 90-95°C.
Put 1 teaspoon (2.5g) of tea leaves in the water.
Steep the leaves for 3-5 minutes.
GLENBURN TEA GARDEN
The valley of Glenburn in the realm of the Teesta River stands at 3300 feet above sea level. It's name aptly translating to 'the valley by the river' was fondly kept by the Scottish planters that settled there in early 1859. Amongst the 285 hectares of picturesque tea gardens, native birds and butterflies thrive and lend Glenburn tea a dynamic and natural aura. The chiefly North-facing garden is dedicated to a limited production of supreme quality teas. Glenburn was one of the first gardens to start tea tourism and continues to host guests from the world-over in their exquisite burrabungalow and houses a thriving community of employees and their families in the estates.