I picked this tea up in Kathmandu back in 2007. I haven’t made a cup of this since so I decided to see how well this holds up over time. Turns out it does pretty well. Now I’m not a black tea drinker but for a tea going on 4 years old it brewed up pretty nice.
Meghma Royal Supreme
Meghma Royal Supreme FTGFOP-1-hand made organic
Himalayas (Meghma in the local language means “place in the clouds”), which lies on the border between the Indian Darjeeling and Nepal, Ilam and produces in relation to other gardens in this area only a very limited amount of tea. The garden does not have electricity, tea is processed by hand and dried in pans for direct fire. Tea is so very independent, full, rustic, and honey-malt flavor that develops on the tongue nicely. The garden Jogmai that you are not using chemical fertilizers or pesticides. Garden is located at an altitude higher than 2,400 meters above sea