Darjeeling Risheehat Estate Tea Black Loose Leaf & making THT.
Darjeeling Risheehat Estate TeaIn the early 1900s, the British called this single estate as the Tshering Bagan. After Independence, it was rechristened to Risheehat, the estate with an altitude ranging from 2500-4800 ft. The brownish-black leaves and few silver tips brew into a copper hue with a strong aftertaste.
Region: Risheehat Estate in Darjeeling, India
Tasting Notes: Strong nose of cedar bark that is brisk on the palate with a sweet honey finish
Time of the day: All day
Best paired with: Cheese, creamy desserts, light salads, pasta
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Tea Making Steps:-
1. Scoop loose tea leaves to brew:- 1 Tea Spoon
2. Heat fresh filtered water:- 95 °C
3. Pour hot water over tea leaves:- 200 Milliliters
4. Steep close to this time for optimum flavour. Strain & sip:- 3 Minutes.