Particularly fruity, this first-flush “grand cru” has notes with
a good presence right from the start, and a lovely richness in the
mouth. Its vegetal finish with camphorous, fruity and burnt hints
make this an excellent first-flush Darjeeling.
The Namring Tea Estate in Darjeeling dates back to 1855, when
the British first planted high quality Chinese tea bushes grown
from seeds. This estate is one of the largest in India, covering
more than 475 hectares. Namring Tea Garden is located in the
picturesque surroundings of Teesta Valley of Darjeeling at an
altitude of 1380 metres. This estate has three gardens, including
Namring, which produces supreme quality Darjeeling teas.