Tea Type: Black Tea
Tea Region: Nilgiri, India
Reference: Op. 426
Our Nilgiri Morning Glory SFTGFOP1 is an organic black tea coming from a EU/USDA certified organic tea plantation in Nilgiri, southern India. As we enjoy bright darjeeling with our breakfast in the morning, we always look for morning breakfast teas which are delicious yet strong and full of flavours. Hence we fell in love with this organically grown black tea from Nilgiri and are really happy to share it with our fine tea loving customers.
Made from carefully, naturally grown tea leaves, Nilgiri Morning Glory SFTGFOP1 makes a highly aromatic infusion with zesty, fruity, nutty notes with a hint of spiciness. Also, the infusion offers a satisfying body with pleasant amount of astringency, which makes this tea a wonderful companion for hearty breakfast. The colour of the liquor is a gorgeous, shining yellow gold colour and the bouquet imparts refreshing fruity and nutty notes, reminding of well-made, first flush darjeeling.
If you enjoy aromatic, fruity first flush Darjeeling, you will certainly enjoy our new black tea, Nilgiri Morning Glory SFTGFOP1.
A delightful black tea highly recommended for lovers of fine Darjeeling and Ceylon tea.
Black tea is known to be just as beneficial as green tea for our health and well-being. A recent study indicates several health benefits of black tea by demonstrating that flavonoids found in black tea boost the immune system to prevent flu and other viral infection and encourage the growth of healthy microorganism in the liver to boost energy metabolism and weight loss.
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