Darjeeling tea is a famous variety of tea grown in the Darjeeling district of India, a high-altitude region in northeastern India at the foothills of the Himalayan mountain range and near Nepal. The Darjeeling region produces exquisite exceptional teas.
Darjeeling black tea is differentiated into between four and six flushes. First flush, second flush, monsoon/rains, and autumnal flush are always included as categories. Tea harvested between the first and second flushes is referred to as "in-between".
The first thing that attracts people towards Darjeeling brews is its taste. It is rightly named as "champagne of teas" because its flavor is like Muscat wine. This blend has a fruity flavor together with sweet musky notes making it unique.