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Teas harvested from the middle to the end of the period of the first harvest in the Indian region of Darjeeling were selected and combined for this blend. The blend is characterised by medium large leaves of almost black colour, and a light bronze infusion. Darjeeling blend from the first harvest offers a medium-full infusion with a mildly spicy taste, which is also projected into the aroma. The tea aims to cater for lovers of Indian teas who place greater emphasis on the common quality attributes of these teas rather than the specific attributes of individual Darjeeling teas. The period of the first harvest begins in mid March, when the spring rains begin to subside and in general it applies that teas harvested during this period are of an overall delicate character, with minimum astringency of taste.
Prepare tested water for the tea infusion with which you have experience, or use ordinary tap water which has been left standing for a sufficient period, preferably overnight, ideally rid of chlorine. Rinse the teapot and cups with hot water. Use approx. 2g of tea leaves (1-2 teaspoons) for each 200ml of infusion or to taste. Brew the necessary quantity of tea in hot water at a temperature of 100°C (immediately after boiling) for a period of 3 minutes for the first and second infusions.