Margaret's Hope Darjeeling 2nd Flush Tea :
Margaret's Hope Darjeeling Tea is infused with a distinctive 'muscatel' flavour, with hints of blackcurrants which create an almost wine like taste. Often compared to the taste and fragrance of Muscat grape, Margaret's Hope 2nd Flush Darjeeling makes a wonderful and revolutionary tea choice - great with scones and raspberry preserve!
The dry leaves are a mixture of black and coppery brown, flecks of green and a good amount of silver tips. The dry leaves leave you with a musky and mildly floral aroma. The infusion is a striking coppery honey color with the distinctive "muscatel" aroma that Second Flush Darjeeling tea is so famous for. A cup of Margaret's Hope Tea has one of its kind musky sweetness, very pleasant astringency and a lovely bittersweet finish. Margaret's Tea is an outstanding Second Flush tea from one of the most famous estates in Darjeeling.
This enriched and renowned tea is cultivated from the famous Margaret's Hope tea estate at the foothills of the snow-capped Himalayas, and brews to a medium-bodied tea with a classic floral finish.
Unlike most Indian teas, this delicious and rich drink is normally made from the small-leaved Chinese variety of Camellia sinensis var. sinensis. Darjeeling tea is a tea from the Darjeeling district in West Bengal, India.
How it works :
Margaret's Hope 2nd Flush Darjeeling is an amazing and very popular estate tea that is sure to stimulate your senses. Grown at over 6800ft above sea level, Margaret's Tea has the distinctive 'muscatel' flavour you'd expect of a top class 2nd flush. Margaret's Hope Tea is formulated to give you a refreshing taste. It's aroma makes it a tea lover's favorite.
Health Benefits :
1. Great Source of Antioxidants, which have been shown to lower the risk of heart disease
2. Black Tea has been shown to reduce cholesterol.
3.Green, black and white teas contain potent antioxidant compounds called polyphenols. Antioxidants reduce cellular damage that can lead to cancer.
Margaret's Hope tea is probably the most famous of Darjeeling's gardens.