A Rare Flavor of ContradictionsDarjeeling tea is grown in the Darjeeling region of India at the foot of the Himalayas, at altitudes of 600 to 2000 meters and takes its name from here. The strong mountain sun and low night temperatures cause the tea leaves to grow slowly, which results in a unique soft aroma of the tea. gives the taste and elegant bouquet. Darjeeling tea, which is also known as the champagne of teas due to its clear brew and light color, is produced in a limited amount every year and is in the category of the best and most expensive teas in the world. You can brew your tea everywhere with the 25 tea bags alternative, you can carry this rare flavor with you.INFORMATION: Due to the region of the tea and its own characteristics, the leaf of the tea consists of a mixture of 3 mixed colors. brown, green and black. However, the sprout at the top of the tea called Golden Tips also has gold and white leaves. As the sprout rate increases, the quality and taste of the tea also increases. The most important feature is that it grows very high and the tea plants are about 5-6 months of the year under the snow.RECOMMENDATION: Darjeeling tea leaves are very fluffy and light. Therefore, more tea should be used (by volume) during the preparation of the tea.