Slightly rolled brown and green leaves that exude aromas of brisk mountain breezes, citrus fruits and green walnut hulls. The wet leaves are intensely floral, reminiscent of lemon blossoms. A translucent, golden liquor that fills the mouth lavishly, developing aromas of muscatel and apricot with some metallic notes. Almost no tartness, and a long finish.
‘Margaret’s Hope’: Founded in 1870, the famous estate was renamed in memory of the British owner’s daughter, who died tragically during her journey from England to Darjeeling before she could again set eyes on the land that had so enchanted her on her first trip.