Darjeeling BOP is golden and fragrant, the broken leaf gives a stronger brew and a beautiful coppery cup with delicate notes of fruit and musk.
A great breakfast Darjeeling.
Darjeeling tea is renowned for its excellence and often displays muscatel flavours and floral aromas. Darjeeling lies to the northeast of India, among the Himalayas, in the state of West Bengal. Every morning, as the mist rises from the mountains, tea pluckers make their way up the steep mountain paths toward the 87 gardens that have been producing the black teas of Darjeeling. The gardens are in fact plantations that, at times, stretch over hundreds of acres. But, they are still ‘gardens', because all tea grown here carries the name of the estate, or garden, in which it is grown.
Tea Grade: Broken Orange Pekoe - part of the Orange Pekoe category of tea grade, one of the highest black tea grades available. These leaves are broken, allowing for a faster release of flavours and aroma during the brewing process, resulting in a stronger, more robust flavour.