Second flush Darjeeling is the next type of tea to be plucked once the tea plants have recovered from the first flush plucking period.
With plucking beginning as early as April and continuing into May or June, 2. flush Darjeeling teas have larger, more mature leaves with an amber colour and silver tips or buds. Leaf growth during this period is much faster than during the first flush. These larger, faster growing leaves produce a stronger, but still smooth flavour in the finished tea. Teas from the 2. flush plucking period are well rounded with a complex muscatel smoothness and a rich, full-bodied flavour. Although second flush Darjeeling is darker in the cup than first flush Darjeeling, it does not need to be taken with milk or sugar.
Customers visiting our Stuttgart shop tend to choose either first or second flush. The choice depends on whether the person prefers the floral character of 1. flush Darjeeling or the slightly bolder, muscatel flavour of 2. flush Darjeeling.
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