A most unusual dark tea possessing a rich earthy dark chocolate aroma and taste.
It is processed initially as a normal black tea which is then left in a 'jute bag' exposed to the Nepalese elements for a year and then finally 'fired'. This processing style is unique to Nepal and produces a tea which can be best described as 'semi-ripe' as it's flavour profile is halfway in-between a black tea and a ripe dark tea.
Sourced direct from Sandakphu Tea, a factory which processes the tea grown by the villagers of Jasbire Village in Ilam District.
- Smooth yet thick textured
- Rich aroma and taste of dark chocolate with earthy notes
Produced: Spring, April 2015
Origin: Sandakphu Tea, Jasbire Village, Ilam District, Nepal
Organic: Non-certified organic
Sourced: Direct from the Sandakphu
Percentage of price going back to Sandakphu: 25%+
- Heat water to roughly 95°C/203°F
- Use 2 tsps per cup/small teapot
- Brew for 2-3 minutes
Packaging: Resealable ziplock bag
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