In the spring of 2010, the very first tea,DJ1 , which was produced in a small amount by picking the sprouts that began to grow, was very well received and sold out. In Japan, the wind continues to be pleasant and calm, but even in the Darjeeling region, with the arrival of spring, tea picking continues until the end of autumn, and black tea continues to be made. When I visited in October, it was very cold in the mornings and evenings, and the stove was burning, so I wore several layers of long-sleeved clothes. It was shining. This difference in temperature creates the unique texture of Darjeeling. Today, I believe that the tea pickers are wearing boots and holding parasols as they pick tea leaves. Thefirst flash following DJ1 is scheduled to arrive later this month from Junpana Tea Garden. I don't know DJ number yet, but I'm really looking forward to seeing how the 2010 Junpana tea tastes and smells. .