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Nepál Jun Chiyabari Himalayan Orange, Autumnal 2016 Bio

country of origin  Nepal
 
 
Description

Excellent black tea
Nicely processed, evenly rolled leaf, fully oxidized, small dark brown leaf consists mainly of young silvery tips. Clear gold red-brown in a cup with full rounded and smooth flavor with tones of cocoa, cinamon, tropical fruits and long sweet nutty aftertaste.
The garden grows organicaly for several years already, the teas from their production excel with a precise and elegant processing and always have a clear character.

Preparation: put 3 tea spoons of tea leaves into a heated teapot (300 ml), pour 90°C water, steep 1 - 2 minutes.

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Story

Form: Whole leaf

Area: Dhankuta

Estate: Jun Chiyabari

Harvest: Autumnal Flush

Year: 2016

Lot: J201A - 2016

Designation: HOR

Country of origin: Nepal


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