Delicately crafted twists of frosted brown leaves bursting into floral melodies and a satiny body of caramel and vanilla that breaks into a sharp fragrant falsetto of azaleas.
Graceful frosted brown swirls with remarkably shiny silver whiskers invite a warm confectionery aroma of caramel rounded by a floral tingle of ivy.
A vibrant brown infusion of whole leaves and buds with an airy freshness of morning dew on grass woven into a soft musky nuance of cantaloupe.
A delicately crafted golden yellow liquor perfumed by tender morning glory and a silky body that encloses rich vanilla notions and opens up to reveal blooms of azaleas and fresh vines that deepen into a perfumed satiny finish of musky cantaloupe.
Pairs Well With Light almond cookies, Fresh fruit tarts
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
MARGARET’S HOPE TEA GARDEN
Margaret’s Hope Tea Garden, formerly known as Bara Ringtong which in Native Lepcha translates to ‘the big place of deliberation’ is located in Northern Kurseong. 585 hectares of hills at elevations of 5000ft glisten amidst the Balasun River providing a romantic panorama to visitors. Established in 1862 by Dr. Cruikshank, the story of the garden’s name is one of love and tragedy. Mr. Cruikshank’s youngest daughter was Margaret. Having loved the garden dearly, she had promised to return to the garden.But one fateful day on her voyage to England she fell to the throes of a tropical disease, and her hope remained unfulfilled. Heartbroken, the father rechristened the Garden as Margaret’s Hope. The south-and-east facing garden is blessed with a balanced sandy-loamy soil and produces the cream of specialty Darjeeling black teas consistently.
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