Early spring clonal leaves finely plucked from the highest elevations undergo careful processing to draw out an exemplary make of 1st flush tea leaves blessed with perfumed attributes of tender pine and verdant laurels.
Gently rolled make of rifle leaves and ample silver tips with aromatic reminiscence of pinewood, flowery orchids, and fresh laurels.
Clean and bright leaves with buds in hues of fresh with wet earthy pastureland notions and sweet floral azaleas.
The light body of this butterscotch coloured liquor is softly accentuated by the flowery nectar of orchids and azaleas. A dimension of silky cocoa butter adds texture and depth to the cup, while peppery laurels usher in freshness and a clean honey finish on the palette.
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.
About The Garden
LIZAHILL TEA GARDEN
At 2900-5200 feet, Lizahill in the east of Darjeeling is one of the oldest gardens established in 1870 by E.J Kingsley. Naturally scenic and certified organic since 2010, the story of Lizahill is one of loss and rekindling. Lovingly named after Kingsley's daughter Liza, the garden's factory and bungalow were washed down by a tragic landslide in 1968 obscuring Lizahill's tea production. But the 114 hectares of the garden rekindled under the resilient ownership Jayshree tea who acquired it in 1964. Today Lizahill's high elevation clonal tea leaves continue to be processed in the Rishihaat Tea Estate. With god-gifted soil and climate, the garden also sustains nurseries, works towards environmental conservation, and welfare of the workers in the estate, while continuing to produce the crown of finest clonal teas.