Glenburn Estate Moonshine White

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$8.50$70.25 (from $1.24/cup)

This is a special limited production White Tea produced in early spring 2019. It has become a new family favorite.  A beautiful honey colored liquor produces a complex flavor with floral notes and a hint of herbs giving way to a lingering dry finish. Since it comes from the Darjeeling cultivars, it has a distinctive flavor that must be experienced.

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1 review for Glenburn Estate Moonshine White

  1. Anthony

    Spectacular. If you had asked me last week, “hey, wanna consider spending decent money on a white tea from India?”, I would have said “no thanks”, and then rattled off something about how there are so many white teas from China to explore, blah, blah, blah

    This bucks that trend for me. This Indian white tea is is a real treat and totally unique. It’s got floral and herbal notes for days, and it has a lemony-citrusy thing underneath that makes it a really well balanced cup.

    The delicate taste stays on the palate for a long time, kind of like the sensation you get from drinking a nice scotch. Very into it.

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Drawing from the mist that rises off the River Rungeet in the month of April, this light White tea is made from only the most tender shoots plucked from fields in Glenburn that grow the prized clonal bushes. The leaves remain intact even as they are infused for the brew. This specialty tea is made in very small batches using only the most experienced tea pickers. It is manufactured with extreme care in a process similar to a White Tea. Though closest to a white tea, it almost defies classification.

Brewing Instructions

Everyone experiences tea differently. These instructions are for western style brewing and are suggestions only. Adjust to your preferences and enjoy!
Tea: 3 grams per 6-ounce (175mL) cup.
Water: 185°F (85°C).
Steep: 4-5 minutes.
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