Somerset Estate Ceylon Best Dilmah Tea, How To Make & Buy Online.

Somerset Estate Ceylon BOP

An even Broken Orange Pekoe leaf from an estate that is known for its bright and bold teas. Medium bodied with intensity, it’s a formidable tea that’s as perfect as the picturesque region it comes from. It is best served with a few slivers of fresh ginger, honey and a twist of lemon.

Region:
Somerset Estate, Dimbula Valley of Central Hills in Sri Lanka
Clear


Tasting Notes:
Bright and medium bodied brew

Time of the day:
All day

Best paired with:
Dark chocolate with orange, Sicilian cannoli

HOW TO STEEP

1 TSP
Scoop loose tea leaves to brew.

95 °C
Heat fresh filtered water.

200 ML
Pour hot water over tea leaves.

3 MIN
Steep close to this time for optimum flavour. Strain & sip.

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Product Description

Somerset Estate Ceylon Best Dilmah Collection & How To Steep THT.

Somerset Estate Ceylon is An even Broken Orange Pekoe leaf from an estate that is known for its bright and bold teas. Medium bodied with intensity, it’s a formidable tea that’s as perfect as the picturesque region it comes from. It is best served with a few slivers of fresh ginger, honey and a twist of lemon.

Region: Somerset Estate, Dimbula Valley of Central Hills in Sri Lanka

Tasting Notes: Bright and medium bodied brew
Time of the day: All day
Best paired with: Dark chocolate with orange, Sicilian cannoli

Availability: Get Online Premium Quality of  Teas at Foodhall THT stores in Mumbai, Delhi, Gurugram and Bengaluru 

HOW TO Prepare:- 

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

 

Additional Information

Size

100 gms – Pack, 25 gms Sample, 50 gms THT Black Collector’s Caddy, 50 gms THT Gold Collector’s Caddy, 50 gms – Pack, 250 gms – Pack, 500 gms – Pack

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