At an altitude of 1800 meters, winters at the South Indian tea garden of Havukal are a frosty... more
At an altitude of 1800 meters, winters at the South Indian tea garden of Havukal are a frosty affair. Very fine flavors are produced by a certain type of Camelia sinensis under those conditions, and an astonishing Winter Flush is the result of selecting the leaves very carefully and gently processing those. Lively and aromatic in character, this specialty certainly does not have to hide behind other plucking periods.
12 g tea leaves (8 level Teelamass) per 1 liter filtered, boiling water; allow to brew. 2 min