THE TEAS – REST OF THE WORLD
The teas coming from the gardens of Banaspaty represent everything you expect from an Assam: a strong tea, with a typical malted aroma. The first harvest has a rich taste and a full-bodied aroma. This is the tea used in the famous blend of Earl Grey Tea.
A Wulong coming from the mountain gardens of the Nantou county in Taiwan, about 1,400 meters high. The leaves are dark green, with 20% oxidation, and produce a drink with a typical jade color and an unmistakable fine aroma, followed by a sweet aftertaste.
A classic among the Wulongs of Taiwan, it takes its name from the mountain of the same name located in the Nantou county. Dong Ding Wulong has 30% oxidation, and the tea that’s brewed from it is fresh, perfumed and sweet.
The gardens of Gopaldhara are in the Mirik Valley and are located at an altitude between 1,700 and 2,100 meters. Gopaldhara may boast the highest tea plantation in the Darjeeling area and the second highest in the world.
A tea with long and thin leaves, well rolled into spirals, coming from the plantations of the hill area of Deniyaya, North of the Ruhuna region. A tea with a typical dark color, it’s brewed into a drink with body and personality. In the mouth, it unveils its aromatic notes and withstands well more than one brewing.
A mountain Red Tea, coming from the Nantou county in Taiwan, harvested at 1,400 meters of altitude. In the cup, it’s orange-red and shows a typical smoky scent, due to its traditional drying process with fir-tree wood. Suitable for all smoky tea lovers. e