Who doesn't love tea with a good story? Read on to learn the meaning behind the name of this lovely tea.
"Margaret, daughter of the owner Cruickshank, came from England one summer for a visit to the tea estate. She liked the surrounding picturesque settings so much that she promised to come back to the place again. Unfortunately, on the return to England, she died on the ship. Her grief-stricken father changed the name of the estate from Ringstrong to Margaret's Hope. Some say that they can see Margaret's ghost, drifting through the estate."
Tasting notes: A delicate tending astringent cup with a distinctive Muscatel character. Hints of currant create an almost wine-like taste.
Brewing instructions: 1-2 tsp. per 8 oz. cup • 200°F • 3-5 min. brew
Ingredients: Black tea Tea(s) From: India Region(s): Darjeeling Antioxidant Level: Very High Caffeine Content: Medium