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Jun Chiyabari Nepalese Black Tea

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From Imperial Tea Garden

Jun Chiyabari Nepalese Black Tea

Jun Chiyabari is a luxury black tea (Tippy Golden Flowery Orange
Pekoe) with ethereal notes of muscatel that whispers true himalayan
beauty. Grown on mountainside elavations reaching 7000 feet above
sea level in the Hile Hills Dhankuta district of Nepal. The exceptionally
clean air, rich mountain soil and pure sunshine help Jun Chiyabari
continually exceed the quality of many darjeeling teas. It is no surprise
that Jun Chiyabari black tea ranks so high as a source for powerful
antioxidants. With polyphenol levels of 10.7% by dry weight, this is truly
a gourmet black tea for the connoisseur and those individuals that
desire a healthy black tea alternative.

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Dry leaf scent: Slightly Roasted-Peanut/Vegetable-scent
Wet Leaf Scent: Buttered Veggies
Color: Very light brown for a black tea
Taste: Vegetal, slightly roasted, slightly nutty. Unlike any black tea I have ever had. Very different.

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Not quite a Darjeeling, but it is still quite Darjeeling-esque. Crisp, nice muscatel-like tones, notes of earth and wood, and a dry-wine-like finish. A very nice and refreshing tea.

Here’s my full-length review: http://sororiteasisters.com/2013/08/07/jun-chiyabari-nepalese-black-tea-from-imperial-tea-garden/

Veronica

I’ve fallen in love with the teas from Nepal. I’ll have to add this one to my shopping list.

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