Darjeeling Green Tea
Traditionally, black teas are the most commonly produced of the Darjeelings, however green and oolong Darjeelings are becoming more readily available. Adagio Teas offers one for you to try.
The difference between a black and green Darjeeling are in the drying and oxidization process. The blacks are fully oxidized and the greens are steamed to retain their nice green color and fresh taste.
The Darjeeling Teas are known for their musky and yet somewhat floral taste. It is a light tea that is not too heavy or overpowering.
The first flush of Darjeeling Tea is harvested in the middle of March. This is just after the spring rainy season and the tea has a light color and is mild.
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