Liquid Luxor

50g 20-25 Servings | Darjeeling 2nd Flush

Caffeine: HIGH

$49
Description
This limited edition tea with fine golden flowery orange pekoe, well twisted coppery black stylish leaf with a hint of silver tips are plucked from rare bushes at an elevation of 4500 feet in Darjeeling.
Teas include

Smooth and sweet honey notes with refreshing Himalayan natural wild floral and herbal aroma

A beautiful tea that you can enjoy with breakfast or lunch or during your breaks between the meetings. If brewed strong, you can use a small amount of milk

Camellia Sinensis (tea leaves)

Brew Method

  1. Measure 2 - 2.5g of loose tea

  2. Pour 160 ml 185°F filtered water

  3. Brew tea 3-5 mins

  4. Sit back, relax and enjoy

Customer Reviews

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Angie Middleton
Liquid Heaven

This twisted and wiry orange pekoe Darjeeling loose leaf tea has a hint of silver tip and originated from the mountains of Darjeeling and was harvested during a second flush, which is typically gathered in June.

Being a consummate lover of Darjeeling tea, I find Liquid Luxor from Brook37 to be some of the best I have tried.

Its body is filled with with honey notes which lead to a smooth exceptional taste with subtle floral notes and a mild peppery finish. It offers a refreshing cup served either hot or iced.

Additionally, the quality of the packaging for this tea caddy is some of the most luxurious you will find from any tea maker on the market.

Highly recommended.

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Samragnee Majumdar
Mood setter

Highly recommend their Majestic Muscatel it’s a perfect morning tea to set your mood for the entire day .You need very little quantity but the favor is amazing . Please try you won’t regret .

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Jessica Halton
I have liked everything I have tried so far from Brook37

I love the heavy maltiness and mouthfeel of the Orange Pekoe. More of a breakfast tea for me personally. It is very delicious and complex which equals quality in my mind. I think it would make a delightful tea for a tasting with friends too.

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Jessica

Very nice. Enjoy it very much!!

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Anjali Dutta
Great way to start my day!

I am a connoisseur of Darjeeling tea, I recently ordered your Liquid Luxor. It is truly one of the finest darjeeling tea i have had! It was a luxurious tea experience from packaging to quality! Thank you for making my morning!

Sourcing Story

A collection of rare and exclusive blends that inspire your senses. This series has a range of rare teas and tea blends from Darjeeling. These are produced in extremely small batches available only in a limited window in the year. Most of the teas in the Elite’ Series is sourced from Tarzum, Okayti, and Pussimbing Tea Gardens, and Margaret's Hope. Tarzum Tea estate is spread over symmetric gentle slopes facing the mesmerising Mirik Valley, this tea garden is one of the most beautiful tea estates in Darjeeling. It is located in the Rung Bong valley, famous for growing rare and exotic tea. The climate here is cool and misty and that adds a special aroma to the tea leaves. The estate has Fair Trade certification, ISO 1901:2008 & HACCP awarded by TUV NORD, Organic certificates for NOP, and JAS by IMO. Pussimbing is located about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) from the Ghum railway station in Darjeeling, this USDA Organic and IMO certified tea garden is located at an average altitude of 5000 feet on the slopes of Tiger Hill. The plantation is bio-organic with 100% China bushes. The plantation is over 100 years old and today it is a source of the finest organic tea in Darjeeling. Okayti is located in Mirik Valley, this 150 year old Tea Estate is blessed with beautiful slopes, subtropical climate and the right kind of soil. It has been producing tea of excellent quality since its inception and it still stands as a proud producer of the world’s finest teas. Set in the scenic landscape of the Himalayan foothills, the lush garden is spread out over wavy terrain at altitudes of 1,300 to 2,000 metres. This magical tea yields a delicate, light golden infusion. The environment and location of the estate play a significant role in the flavors and aroma of the tea. Margaret’s Hope is located in the Kurseong Valley in Darjeeling, this USDA Organic, RA and ETP certified tea garden is at 5500 feet altitude. Its tea plants are a wonderful combination of China bushes and a few selected segments planted with top quality clones.

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