In the Darjeeling region of India, the second tea harvest takes place just before the rainy season, over the course of fifty days from the end of May to early July. The color of the infusion is darker than the First Flush, and this tea has more body. The flowery, astringent flavor and light caramel aroma of the teas picked at this time has led to comparisons with the famous wines of Bordeaux. Rather small green-yellow leaves with darker tips float in the pot. Drinking this organic tea calls to mind late nights spent laughing with good friends.