Nepal Tea

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Nepal border China and neighbours Darjeeling in India. It is a strong tea growing region owing to its geography and climate. This region primarily produces chai tea and oolong tea, which is very rare to find elsewhere while the Green tea in Nepal is relatively new. Some of the popular tea gardens from this region are Maloom Tea Estate, Kanyam Tea Garden & Jun Chiyabari Tea Garden.

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Nepal Black Tea, Nepal CTC Tea, Nepal Green Tea.

HISTORY OF TEA IN NEPAL

The tea estates produce CTC tea and 90% of all tea consumed in Nepal is CTC tea. The tea industry in Nepal has grown from smallholders that own tea plantation to the new age one in Guranse estate which is now the centre of development using new age technology. The Nepal black tea is different from Darjeeling black tea and is a good tea. You can get a less expensive variant of black tea from the Nepal tea gardens. The tea bushes grown in Nepal are clones and not grown from seeds, however, all Nepal teas are fresh and organic. The Nepal tea plants are robust, disease resistant and flavourful. The Nepal green teas are much like the Japanese green teas. They have a clean and more appealing taste than the Chinese or Darjeeling green tea.

TYPE OF TEA IN NEPAL

The tea estates produce CTC tea and 90% of all tea consumed in Nepal is CTC tea. The tea industry in Nepal has grown from smallholders that own tea plantation to the new age one in Guranse estate which is now the centre of development using new age technology. The Nepal black tea is different from Darjeeling black tea and is a good tea. You can get a less expensive variant of black tea from the Nepal tea gardens. The tea bushes grown in Nepal are clones and not grown from seeds, however, all Nepal teas are fresh and organic. The Nepal tea plants are robust, disease resistant and flavourful. The Nepal green teas are much like the Japanese green teas. They have a clean and more appealing taste than the Chinese or Darjeeling green tea.

TEA GROWING REGION IN NEPAL

Ilam, Dhankuta, Kaski, Terhathum, Sindhulpalchok, and Panchthar.

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