by Emeric Harney May 25, 2017 1 min read

We visited a newly acquired estate today by a group called Tea Promoters International, a group that makes some of our most favorite Darjeelings. They've built a brand new processing facility and are producing some very nice orthodox Assam teas.

The weather this season has favored second flush production. The season is a bit shorter than we are used to however,  the tea is full of flavor! We took a great stroll through their garden, which is organic and lush. Stay tuned in the coming months for this year's Assams.

Emeric Harney
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