Did you know? The Kangra Valley situated in the Western Himalayas “Valley of Gods”, and truly so. With the spell-binding Dhauladhar mountain range serving as the backdrop for this picturesque valley, its beauty is nothing less than divine. And, it is as if this divinity trickles down to the tea plantations in the area to offer a distinct aroma and an almost fruity flavour to the tea! What’s worth knowing is that Kangra Valley happens to be one of the smallest tea regions in the nation, thereby making both the Green Tea from Kangra, as well as the Black Tea from Kangra highly sought after! Owing to its distinct flavour profile, and superior quality Kangra Tea has been witnessing a surge in demand over the last few years, so much so that it is now extensively being exported to Kabul and the rest of Central Asia.
What is Kangra Green Tea Known For?
The Kangra Green Tea is known for its earthy aroma, while the Kangra Black Tea has earned a reputation for an aftertaste with a sweet undertone – something that is appreciated by a large number of tea-lovers. Unfortunately for Green Tea enthusiasts, 90% of the tea produced in Kangra is Black Tea.
Aromatic Black Tea of Kangra Region
That said, we at Danta Herbs are absolute fans of the blissfully aromatic Black Tea coming from the region. It is for this very reason that we bring to you one of the finest varieties of Black Tea from Kangra Valley – the Wah Special Kangra Spring Black Tea – in the form of Loose Leaf Tea Packs. We are sure, the slightly nutty and astringent flavour of this tea will prove to be an aspect you’ll fall in love with.
So, what are you waiting for? But this one-of-its-kind Himalayan spring black tea brought to you using the unmatched PluckToCup practice, and win over the hearts of your guests as well as your loved ones, thanks to its superior quality and exceptional taste!
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