Robust, brisk and astringent - a Himalayan Gem.

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Description

A Himalayan Gem. This classic spring black tea is robust with a slight body, with an overall woody aroma and brisk aftertaste accompanied with nutty and astringent flavours.

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taste

The taste begins with robust flavours with a slight body, exhibiting woody tones. In the mouth it gives slight astringent flavours. It ends with a brisk aftertaste with a characteristic nutty flavour.

AROMA

It has a slightly roasted smell with a sweet, fruity and nutty aroma.

APPEARANCE

dry leaves

The leaves are evenly graded, well twisted with a combination of blackish brown and olive green apperance. It has a slight roasted aroma with nutty hints.

Infused leaf

A classic first flush characterisitic of green leaf with a coppery touch. The leaf is evenly graded with sweet woody notes and aroma resembleming fresh cut grass.

Ingredients

Black Tea

add ons

AS IT IS

SUGAR

HONEY

caffeine

Medium

complements

As is or fresh fruits or delicate cheese platter

Tea_Orange Brewing Notes

150 ml

  

Water
Quantity

90-100 C

194-212 F

Heating
temperature

2 g

0.07 oz

Tea leaves Quantity

4-5 min

Steeping
Time

BEST CONSUMED

sku :

DS21

time of day :

Anytime

disclaimer

  • To enjoy the best experience, Rinse the teapot with warm water to maintain the best temperature for the brew.
  • It is recommended to first clean the tea leaves of dust and particles by steeping it in slightly warm water for no more than 10 to 15 seconds, thereafter discarding the rinse water.

Region

Kangra

Kangra is located in the northern part of India, the state of Himachal Pradesh. It is known as the “valley of gods” and is famous for its distinct flavoured tea. This region  has been growing tea as early as 1949. Although, in 1849, Dr. Jameson conducted a feasibility survey of the valley of Kangra and concluded it suitable for tea cultivation. He brought Chinese tea plants from the nurseries at Almora and Dehradun and planted them in Government gardens at Kangra and Bhawama. The region grows both black and green tea varieties, Pekoe, Pekoe Suchong, Coarse teas and Fannings in black while Hyson, Young Hyson and Coarse grades are popular ones in green tea.

RAINFALL 2,300-2,500 mm
ELEVATION 700-1,000 meters

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