Nepal Jun Chiyabari Second Flush 2021, HBO J51/21
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Second Flush from the Nepalese Jun Chiyabari garden located in the picturesque landscape, near the town of Hile in the Dhankuta region, eastern Nepal. Beautifully curly rolled, partially oxidized leaves with a darker brown-silvery appearance and a sweet vanilla aroma. Golden-orange infusion with a creamy soft, fresh fruity taste with a predominance of ripe citrus, vanilla, sugar cane, and resin tones.
Preparation: put 3 teaspoons of tea leaves into a heated teapot (300 ml), pour 90°C water, steep for 1 - 2 minutes.
Jun Chiyabarai Tea Estate - Nepal
The tea garden in the eastern Himalayan region of Nepal, located in the hills around Hile in Dhankuta district. This is North 27o 01' East 087o 19'. The garden falls within an elevation of 1600 - 2000 meters above sea level. This area is about 200 km east from Kathmandu; 55 km west of Ilam in Nepal and 65 km west of Darjeeling, India.
The garden is quite small compared to the gardens in countries like India and Sri Lanka. Total area is only 75 hectares out of which we have planted 50 hectares only. The remaining areas will be planted out in the next two or three years. The planting was started in mid 2002 only so the tea plants are quite young.
Cultivars / plants
In the tea garden itself different quality tea cultivars were brought from Nepal and Darjeeling and as far away as Taiwan and Japan and planted out.
From Nepal came plants (cuttings and seeds) from the original seeds plants given by the Qing Emperors (1850’s-1860’s) to Nepal’s rulers. Locally available plants from Nepal Tea Board like AV2 were also planted.
From Darjeeling we got cultivars like T1, T78 and Phoobshering 312 and many others. Also valuable cuttings and seeds from China seeds plants were obtained through friends and well wishers.
From Japan common variety like Yabukita and some special tea plants growing wild in the forests in Miyazaki ken were planted out.
From Taiwan plants like Si Ji Chun and Chin Sin Oolong from Dong Ding in Nantou were brought and planted.
Very few tea gardens in the region have the type of tea plants that we have in Jun Chiyabari. Perhaps this diversity combined with the soil and climate not to speak of the skills of the tea master which gives our teas a special character.
The manufacturing season starts in March and continues until November. As is with the region, there are four harvest seasons: First, Second, Monsoon & Autumn Flush. The start and ending of each Flush is totally climate dependant.
Form: Whole leaf
Estate: Jun Chiyabari
Harvest: 2nd Flush
Lot: J 51/21
Country of origin: Nepal