Delicious! A beautiful flavor, I can taste notes of fruit and even a hint of spice in this. Very smooth and well-rounded. I love it!
“Delicious! A beautiful flavor, I can taste notes of fruit and even a hint of spice in this. Very smooth and well-rounded. I love it!” Read full tasting note
“It's a pretty liquor once brewed. And it has a nice scent to it, althought I wouldn't have come up with "overtones of pear" without reading the company description. I can't come up with many...” Read full tasting note
“Almost a Darjeeling, but usually less expensive. Hurray for Nepal! I think I got the infusion time a bit high this go round, but was only a bit short of inspiring.” Read full tasting note
“Wonderful as always!” Read full tasting note
A unique and exquisite tea high-grown in the pristine hills of Nepal. The tippy, well-sorted leaf yields a coppery-orange brew with a scent that is reminiscent of ripe pear. Rich and complex in flavor, this tea can best be described as being somewhere between a Darjeeling and a high-grown Ceylon.
Recommendations: Use 1 level tsp. per 6 oz. cup; heat fresh water to a roaring boil and let steep for 2.5 min. Try a second infusion.
Ingredients: Black tea
Health Benefits: Black tea is a powerful source of anti-oxidants that can slow down the aging process and help prevent a wide variety of diseases. Medical research suggests that black tea can assist in lowering cholesterol and regulating blood sugar. Much lower in caffeine than coffee, black tea gently stimulates the heart and circulatory system. By keeping blood vessels soft and lowering blood pressure, black tea can help prevent heart disease and strokes.
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It’s a pretty liquor once brewed. And it has a nice scent to it, althought I wouldn’t have come up with “overtones of pear” without reading the company description.
I can’t come up with many descriptive terms around the black teas yet – I’m still learning about them. I know I like this. I know I’m going to enjoy drinking the sample I got. It may be complex, I’m not sure. It is however, yummy, and that’s pretty much what I’ve got to go with – right? :)