DescriptionA full-bodied, Malty brisk first flush chakrasila black tea begins with pronounced notes of malt that reverberates throughout and determines the core character of the liquor. Subtle candy flavours, similar to dates interlaced with cocoa-like accents, are discernible along the sides and towards the back; a veil of depth and a well-rounded liquor feel. A selectable note of stone-fruit comes out in the aftertaste, making it a memorable experience.
STEEPING INSTRUCTIONWe believe tea should be brewed to suit your personal taste. We’re happy to make recommendations to get you started.When brewing your tea, your main considerations are tea quantity, water temperature, and steeping time. To prepare a superior cup of Black Tea use one spoon(2-3 g.) of tea per 180 ml. of water with temperature of 90-95 'C and steep is for 2-3 Min.
ABOUT THE GROWER
Patience, determination, and hard work, the three words sum up to bring out success in every story. Our proud grower Mr Bijit Basumatary from The Chakrashila tea garden embodies the combination of these qualities. A small grower who started tea production on a small piece of land, and now he stands as a promising grower in the region.