The results of the Leafies 2023, organised by the UK Tea Academy (UKTA), have been announced. And, our Darjeeling Turzum First Flush Basant Blossom Clonal Tea 2023 and the Assam Nahorhabi Second Flush Golden Tips Orthodox Black Tea 2023 have been highly commended for their incredible taste, liquor, aroma, and other characteristics. Here, we share some of the useful insights about these 2 teas, including their production process and how to brew them properly.

 

Production process

  1. Darjeeling Turzum First Flush Basant Blossom Clonal Tea 2023

 

This AV2 clonal variant is harvested from the Turzum Tea Estate in Darjeeling. The estate is located around 1700 metres above sea level. Only the finest tea leaves are chosen and handpicked. Then, they are dried in the morning sun. After the drying process is complete, the leaves are rolled and sorted by hand.

  1. Assam Nahorhabi Second Flush Golden Tips Orthodox Black Tea 2023

This P126 Assamica clonal variety originates from the Nahorhabi Tea Estate. Located in the district of Sivasagar in Assam, this particular tea estate has been producing high quality teas for more than two centuries. To make this second flush tea, the leaves are plucked and orthodox production methods are followed.

 

Brewing process

 

  1. Darjeeling Turzum First Flush Basant Blossom Clonal Tea 2023

 

To make a perfect brew of the Darjeeling Turzum First Flush Basant Blossom Clonal Tea 2023, follow the steps mentioned below. 

 

  • Bring 240 ml of water close to boiling or at 92 degree Celsius to be exact.
  • Add 2.5 grams of the tea to the hot water.
  • Let the mixture steep for four and a half minutes.
  • Strain and serve piping hot.

 

  1. Assam Nahorhabi Second Flush Golden Tips Orthodox Black Tea 2023

 

To make the perfect cup of Assam Nahorhabi Second Flush Golden Tips Orthodox Black Tea 2023, follow the procedure as listed below - 

 

  • Bring 240 ml of water close to boiling or to 98 degree Celsius to be exact.
  • Add 2.5 grams of the tea to the hot water.
  • Let the mixture steep for five minutes. 
  • Strain and serve hot

 

If you prefer, you can also add milk and sugar.

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Explore our wide variety of teas from different estates and locations. We offer teas based on different seasonal flushes. You can also explore teas from different tea estates, such as Darjeeling, Assam, Dooars, and Cachar. We have a diverse selection of black, white, green, oolong, and many other types of tea.