Koilamari teas have a pleasing honey and caramel aroma. The liquor displays high altitude characteristics, with bright colors and a fuller cup.
The bold flavors of Majulighur teas are smooth, but sweet with fruity notes and a pleasant maltiness that lingers on. Some of our best CTC teas now originate from this estate.
It is said that no Indian orthodox blend can be complete without Gingia teas, because of it’s consistency, size, make and heaviness.
Seajuli Estate’s well made tippy-teas yield a very bright and pleasant cup with malty notes. It’s smooth liquor leaves a sweet taste reminiscent of honey, lingering on the palate.
The Singlijan cup has an aroma reminiscent of almonds and spice. It has a flavor note of ripe apples with a clean finish. This tea is best enjoyed plain.
The high altitude gives the M’bayo teas a unique flavor similar to that of a Rwanda or Darjeeling cup. The rich African soil ensures an extremely bright cup and infusion.