Darjeeling tea is a type of black tea produced in India. Darjeeling tea has a fruity aroma and a golden or bronze colour, depending on the way it’s brewed. Tea experts say it has notes (flavours) of citrus fruit, flowers, and even a vegetal quality. Darjeeling tastes sweeter and less bitter than other forms of black tea.
It’s often called “the champagne of teas.” Like champagne, a sparkling wine produced in the Champagne region of France, in order to be called such, Darjeeling tea must be grown and produced in the Darjeeling district, a geographically protected region in West Bengal, India.
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