India has three primary tea growing regions: Darjeeling, Assam, and Nilgiri. While Darjeeling and Assam get their due share, Nilgiri blue mountain tea is quite underrated.
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The foothills of the Himalayas are the source of one of the most popular tea varieties in the world: Darjeeling tea. Over the years, this variety has earned the title of Champagne of Teas among connoisseurs. In this post, we will decipher the reasoning behind this name.
The first flush tea is the first tea harvested in spring or in the late winter.
The spring season brings with it new colours and warmth. It’s also the time of year where an incredibly valuable variety of tea is harvested in regions of India – the Darjeeling First Flush.
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