One of this year’s laudable cups, this organic Temi offers a full-bodied experience that is bright and lively. With a pleasant briskness it starts with delicate floral tones that leads one to a bold essence of luscious notes like those of apricots and grapes. The liquor gains a special texture with this and is inlined with soft musky undertone. Hints of vanilla and aromatic wood come round to the finish making the cup quite mellow. Sweet flavors of pink pralines make the aftertaste quite exceptional.
Temi Summer Muscatel Black Tea
Light floral tones interlaced with pronounced notes of apricot, grapes and hints of wood
A full-bodied, brisk cup which brims with vibrant characters right from the start. Soft floral notes greet the palate which gradually subside to reveal a heart resonating with delectable tart-fruity flavors, similar to apricot and grapes, rendering an unique texture to the cup. Subtle musky undercurrents hums throughout complemented by mellow undertones of vanilla and scented wood, which comes through towards the finish. Exquisite notes of pink pralines envelope the palate in the aftertaste, making for a sublime experience of Muscatels from this Organic estate.
Best enjoyed on its own or with cheese sandwich, freshly buttered toast, croissants and pancakes
Sweet with lifted notes of vanilla, mille-feuille, yellow raisins, dried apricot and delicate floral accents
Medium-sized, well rolled, blackish-brown leaves with a scattering of brown and olive-green open leaves
Light floral tones complemented by notes of vibe peach, ripened tree fruit and subtle musky undertones
Short, little mixed, dark coppery leaves; some with olive green tints
cold filtered O2 Rich Water
6 fl oz / 180 ml
185°F -194°F / 85℃ -90℃
2 tsp / 0.09 oz / 2.5 g
Recommended number of steeps – 1
24-JUN-20 TIME OF DAY
MEDIUM BEST CONSUMED
SKU NESFTMB | GRADE FTGFOP1 | INVOICE SK-66
TEMI TEA ESTATE, North-East India, India
Temi Tea Garden is the only Tea Estate in the state of Sikkim spread on a slope below Tendong along the highway to West Sikkim and is owned by Government of Sikkim. Temi Tea Garden was established in 1969 and has an area of approximately 435 acres.The original tea saplings were brought from Darjeeling, and the teas produced are very similar to Darjeeling in character. A must buy for Darjeeling tea lovers.