Made during the last harvest of the year,
Mild tasting Darjeeling
Badantum Tea Plantation is derived from the local Lepcha language, which means 'bamboo water bottle'. This is a brand picked in the deepening autumn of the Himalayas, reaching the final harvest of the year. Pour hot water over the reddish-brown tea leaves, which are mixed with core buds and greenish leaves here and there, and brew them to create a bright brown light blue that looks beautiful in your teacup. When you take a sip, the woody scent and the refreshing scent reminiscent of herbs blend together, creating a sweet and gentle mouthfeel. It is a brand with a warm taste like the autumn sunshine.
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268
2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268

2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantham Tea Garden DJ-268

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2020 Darjeeling Autumnal Badantum Tea Garden DJ-268
産地:
india darjeeling
摘取り年月:
November 19, 2020
ロット:
DJ-268
等級:
FTGFOP1 Clonal Tippy
茶樹:
Clonal (AV-2)
*We have adopted bio-organic farming methods since 2010.
原材料名:
black tea
原産国名:
India
保存方法:
Store away from high temperature and humidity and direct sunlight. After opening, put in an airtight container and consume as soon as possible.
栄養成分表示:
(per 2.5g of tea leaves) energy 8kcal, protein 0.5g, fat 0.1g, carbohydrate 1.3g, salt equivalent 0g
香りと味わい
味:
gentle sweetness
香り:
woody, herb
水色:
reddish brown
おすすめの飲み方
お湯の温度95℃
茶葉の量 2.5g (1 medium teaspoon)
抽出の時間3.5 to 4 minutes
We purchased Darjeeling Autumnal for the first time. Among the three quality seasons of spring, summer, and autumn, autumn picking is the most impressive season for its gentle taste and sweetness. The Badantum Tea Plantation DJ-268 that we purchased this time is a brand made from leaves collected from the tea plants of Cronal (AV-2). It is a brand that combines the gentle and pleasant taste of autumn picking with a woody base and herbal impression of young grass. The water color is also orange, like an autumn sunset. The calm taste and aroma are straight and just right to enjoy with tea alone. Make plenty of it in a mug or tumbler between work and it's perfect as a casual daily tea. By all means, please enjoy a little relaxing time every day.
Badang Tam Tea Plantation
It is the harvest season when the sweet taste of black tea is impressive, with a gentle and warm taste like autumn sunshine rather than summer picking.
Badantum Tea Plantation is one of the tea plantations of the Goodrick Group, which owns Castleton Tea Plantation, Talbot Tea Plantation, Margaret's Hope Tea Plantation, etc. Located 17 kilometers west of Darjeeling Town, the park was opened in 1861 by owner and reclaimer Mr. The altitude ranges from 300m to 1,800m, and we produce 250 tons of good brands throughout the season, from early spring first flush to mellow summer picking and gentle autumnal. In addition, we have established very high labor welfare standards regarding housing, education, hygiene and health for the staff working on the tea estate, and these standards and initiatives are role models within the group. There are various theories about the origin of the name of the Badang Tam Tea Plantation, but one of the most convincing is that in the early 19th century, when a traveler who visited this area asked the locals the name of the land, the locals who did not understand the language replied, Misunderstanding that he was being asked the name of the bamboo water bottle he was carrying, he answered 'Badantum', which means bamboo water bottle in the Lepcha language. This is thought to be one of the origins.
A fragrance nurtured by the Himalayas, Darjeeling
Darjeeling tea is known as one of the world's three major black teas, and is called "the champagne of black tea" due to its delicate and strong aroma. Even if you don't like black tea, it's a famous production area. Darjeeling has three distinct quality seasons: spring, summer and autumn. Autumnal, which is picked from the end of October to November, is the last harvest of the year. Unlike the spring and summer harvesting, when the tea fields are flashed with yellow sprouts spreading out, the temperature drops and the hints of winter begin to grow in the Himalayas in autumn. It is made by collecting tea leaves sprouting here and there from tea trees that have slowed down. For that reason, it will be called Autumnal, not First Flush, Second Flush, Autumn Flush like other quality seasons.
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