The bright red stigmas of the saffron flower lend a golden colour and has a marked aroma of saffron strands. The flavour is delicate along with the fresh taste of green tea
Dry Leaf: Light rolled golden green leaves with strands of saffron
Aroma: Warm with fragrant notes of saffron
Colour of Liquor: Light yellow
Flavor of the Tea: The liquor is mild, smooth and has a distinct taste of saffron
Compliments: Goes with Indian snacks, lightly seasoned salads
Brewing Instructions: Always use fresh water. Bring water to near boiling point. Take one teaspoon of tea leaves in a cup. Pour the heated water and steep the tea for 3-4 mins. Adjust the time of brewing as per desired strength. Leaves can be steeped multiple times till it gives flavour.
Tea Master Recommendation: Not to be had with milk. Can add honey and lemon to taste. Always use fresh water. Do not use re-boiled water. The brewed leaves can be steeped multiple times with an increase in steeping time. Sip it when it cools down a little instead of boiling hot for enhanced flavour.