To give you an idea of how long they’ve been making tea on Tarajulie Estate, consider the following. The year Tarajulie was first planted also saw the publishing of edition one of the Oxford English Dictionary, completion of the Washington Monument and the birth of Harry S. Truman, 33rd President of the United States – 1884 - it’s been a while. Tarajulie is an exceptionally picturesque estate, nestled between the Gabharu River to the West and the Dipota River to the East. To this day, the jungle surrounding the Estate is as wild and untamed as it was when the first planters. The Estate spreads out over approximately 699 hectares divided by two divisions, Tara and Julie. The divisions get their names from two 6 hectare lakes contained within their boundaries.
Region: Assam, India
Growing Altitudes: 500-1500 ft above sea level
Liquor: Bright and tending coppery
Grading: FBOP (Flowery Broken Orange Pekoe)
Flavour Profile: A thick full-bodied tea with good malty flavour. A good all day self-drinker.
Serving: 1.5 tsp |Temperature: 100 Degrees |Steep Time: 2-3 mins