Glenburn Darjeeling Monsoon Tea
Our Monsoon teas are characterized by a rich amber cup that is full bodied and smooth on the palate, and perfect for those who favour a stronger brew. The flavour can also be complimented with a dash of milk, unlike Darjeeling Teas from most other seasons. Made in the late summer months from July to September when the estate is in full production with perfect weather conditions, our monsoon harvest is specially plucked from select fields with clonal plants that give Glenburn tea its own unique character.
100g loose leaf tea pouch.
A strong, full mouthfeel with notes of fruit and nut. Dry Leaf Appearance: Well-rolled blackish brown leaves with some light yellow tips. Wet Leaf Aroma: Leafy and grassy. Liquor: Deep reddish amber.
How To Brew
2.5g tea 200ml (7 fl-oz) water 90 - 100°C (212°F) 4-5 minutes
Glenburn Tea Estate, Darjeeling A place where the magnificent peaks of the 3rd highest mountain in the world, Mount Kanchenjunga ascend over the tea bushes of Glenburn, - a name that literally means what this 750 hectare estate is - A River Valley. Here in hills of Darjeeling, tea rises out of the magical landscape imbibing the essence of the eternal Himalayas. In the peace and tranquility of Glenburn a flourishing community of people and tea bushes thrive together as they have done for the past 150 years.