A fragrance reminiscent of wildflowers from finely twisted tea leaves. Nilgriti that feels the breath of spring
A specialty tea made for the quality season when the fragrance is the most abundant in a year. Tea plants (B/6/62) grown in a special tea plantation are carefully plucked with one bud and two leaves. Gives off a breathtaking scent. The lush scent of sprouts melts into the scent of white and yellow flowers blooming in spring, creating a clear taste. It is a brand that reveals the individuality of various scents.
2021 Nirgiri Quality Season Glendale Tea Garden 1774 Goldenent Wel
2021 Nilgiri Quality Season Glendale Tea Estate 1774 Golden Toile
January 20, 2021
Store away from high temperature and humidity and direct sunlight. After opening, put in an airtight container and consume as soon as possible.
(per 2.5g of tea leaves) energy 8kcal, protein 0.5g, fat 0.1g, carbohydrate 1.3g, salt equivalent 0g
2.5g(2 medium teaspoons)
One bud and two leaves of tea leaves collected in a small bag
The plucking ladies who finished picking in the morning. A small bag containing the collected core buds in the hand
I bought specialty tea after a long time from Glendale Tea Garden, a beautiful tea garden in Nilgiri. Plots planted with special tea varieties are carefully hand-picked early in the morning. Normally, the picked tea leaves are placed in a large basket carried by the tea picker. Small amounts are collected in small nets or non-woven bags to prevent damage. The golden twirl, which is made from carefully picked tea leaves, slowly returns to its state when it was picked in the teapot. Slowly exudes a reminiscent scent. It is a brand that you will want to enjoy as the first cup of a special tea time with your family and friends.
glendale tea garden
Glendale tea plantation that stretches on forever
The Glendale Tea Plantation factory and offices are built against a sheer cliff
Glendale Tea Plantation in Coonoor District. It is the largest of the tea gardens that produce orthodox Nilgiri tea. Tree planting started in 1860, and the factory started in 1881. There are 517 hectares of tea plantations at an altitude of 1,500 to 2,000 meters. Surrounded by sheer cliffs, the Nilgiri Mountain Railway, which is registered as a World Heritage Site, runs through the tea plantation, creating a scenic sight. It is a rare tea garden in India that the owner company is a Sri Lankan company. Assam hybrid tea plants for high-quality tea are planted in some tea fields, and small-lot specialty teas are also made from tea leaves collected by careful hand-picking.
Nilgiri, also known as the Blue Mountain
Blue-purple Kurinji flowers cover the entire mountain.
Nilgiri means "blue mountain" in the local language. The reason for this is said to be that once every 12 years, the Kurinji flowers bloom all at once here, making the mountains look blue. It seems that the last time it bloomed all at once in 2018, so it is said that the next flowering will be seen in 2030.
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