Darjeeling Liza Hill First Flush Oolong Tea 2024

There's a distinct balanced flavour in every Darjeeling first flush oolong tea but this particular organic Liza Hill single origin has an especially nuanced profile. Vibrant green leaves, meticulously rolled with shiny silver tips, impart elegance to every cup. Delight in the delicate light orangish-yellow liquor, graced with a floral aroma and oolong flavour, accompanied by a sweet lingering mouthfeel. As the infusion releases its sweet aroma, surrender to its alluring fragrance, captivating your senses with each sip mirroring the high quality hand-plucked AV2 green leaves.

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Harvest date: 06/04/2024

Cultivar: AV2

Altitude: 1200 m above MSL

Name of Master Planter: Rajiv Kumar

Plucking method: Manual

SKU
B/EX10/OOLONG/24
As low as $6.02
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Why we pack them so simple?
To reduce our carbon footprint!

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Darjeeling Organic Spring Specialty Tea
REGION

Darjeeling

BLEND

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FLUSH

First Flush

Harvest Period

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Name Of Tea Master

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GRADE

FTGFOP1 OOLONG

CERTIFICATION

Organic

Variant

Oolong

Cultivar

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Plucking Method

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ABOUT THE GARDEN

Risheehat and Liza Hill Tea Estates, situated on the steep and scenic slopes just outside the town of Darjeeling in West Bengal, is a well-established two division tea garden known for producing some of the top grades of Darjeeling teas. Unique soil profiles and elevations ranging from 2500-4800 feet contribute to the characteristics that give this region-specific tea the connotation as the ‘champagne of tea’. This region of the Himalayan range is bordered by Nepal to the West, China to the North, Bhutan to the East, and Bangladesh to the South. Alongside tea, local populations organically grow crops of oranges, cardamom, flowers, and vegetables. Originally known as Tsering Bagan due to the predominance of Tserings (a Tibetan group) in the area, British planters established a tea garden here in the early 1900s. Renamed Risheehat, meaning ‘home of holy sages’, it earned its name from a group of meditators who took shelter there. Acquired by Jay Shree Tea management in 1955, it comprises two major divisions: Risheehat Main Division and Liza Hill Division. Today, the estate boasts an annual production of over 180 tons of certified bio-organic teas, maintaining a healthy zero percent vacancy. With certifications including Fair Trade, ISO 9001:2015 by TUV NORD, HACCP, and organic certifications for NPOP, NOP, and JAS by IMO, Risheehat Tea Estate exemplifies a commitment to quality, sustainability, and ethical practices.

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BEST TIME TO DRINK

Anytime!

BREWING INTRUCTIONS
Use filtered or bottled water. Bring the water up to 80°C. Put in 2.5 g of loose tea for every cup (180 ml). Let it steep for 5 min. Strain into a cup and serve

LEAF: Vibrant green leaves, evenly rolled, adorned with beautiful, shiny silver tips, exuding elegance.

LIQUOR: Delicate light orangish-yellow hue, offering a flowery aroma with a distinct oolong flavour, complemented by a sweet lingering mouthfeel.

INFUSION: Releases a sweet aroma, enticing the senses with its alluring fragrance.

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