A very beautiful tea, rich in buds. The liquor is amber, round and highly fragrant. One of the best teas produced in this district.
Feuille sècheAppearance: small rolled leaves
Color: black and brown, with silvery glints
Scents: woody, honey, cooked fruit, vanilla, chocolate and tobacco notes
InfusionAppearance: small leaves.
Color: red and brown.
Scents: sweet, heavy notes of cooked fruit (stewed apple), woody (undergrowth) and a few spicy notes (cinnamon).
LiqueurColor: beautiful amber colour, clear and gleaming.
Texture in the mouth: a supple attack, then astringent at the back of the mouth.
Flavor: acidic and bitter.
Aromas: woody, fruity (apple, cooked apple), a few spicy notes, tobacco, and some vanilla (pod) notes.
Aromatic profile and length in the mouth: a medium-length woody note
Our verdict: A very beautiful tea, rich in buds. The liquor is amber, round and highly fragrant. One of the best teas produced in this district.
Suggestion of preparation
With the tasting set: 3'-5' minutes in water heated to 90°C.
black tea (Sri Lanka)