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Lopchu Flowery Orange Pekoe Black Tea

A mellow and flavorful cup, with notes of cocoa and cherry wood, this chinary comes from one of Darjeeling's most famous gardens.

100.0g/
40 cups
10.0g/
4 cups
£6.99
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description

Another high grade tea from Darjeeling's famed Lopchu gardens, this tea is a chinary variety that is more mellow than the golden orange pekoe. It makes a sweet cup, with a hint of cocoa and cherry wood.

aroma:
Heady burnt wood and smoke notes
appearance:
Amber
taste:
The tea is slight earthy, followed by big burnt wood and smoke tones. Soon, a familiar note of cocoa envelops this smokiness. Features sweetness with no briskness, the tea finishes on a pleasant mellowness.
COMPLEMENTS:
Hard cheese, Creme Brulee
aroma

Pronounced high-fired characteristics, wood

appearance

Mixed, small black rolled leaves

aroma

Scent of cherry wood, earthy, which make way for intensely sweet notes, reminiscent of dried apricot

appearance

Dark coppery semi open leaves

cold filtered O2 Rich Water

180 ml

Temperature

85℃ -90℃

Tea Leaves

2 tsp / 2.5 g

Time

5 mins

hot

Lemon

Drink Plain

Sugar

Honey

Milk

PICKING DATE 29 May 2017
TIME OF DAY Morning
CAFFEINE Medium
BEST CONSUMED Hot
SEASON Second
SPECIALTY Chinary
SKU LCFOPB
GRADE FOP