Established in 1852, Puttabong is the first known tea estate in Darjeeling's history. The rolling hills of this phenomenal estate rise to 2,000 metres and end in the crystal waters of the Rangeet River. This is the first estate to produce teas that fetched prices which set a world record.
This harvest boasts twisted, jade-green leaves with the aroma of wild berries that infuse into a golden cup with a brilliant, muscatel flavour and a subtle aftertaste of ripe orchard fruits.
Tea Variety: Black Tea
Country of Origin: India, Himalayas & Nepal
Tea Preparation: Pour 95°C water over 2.5g of tea leaves per cup and infuse for 3 minutes. Remove leaves and serve.
All our loose-leaf teas come in a TWG Tea embossed golden sachet.