Nepal 2nd Flush Kuwapani Summer 2011

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From Stone Leaf Teahouse

Nepal Kuwapani 2nd Flush

Summer 2011. Grown in the shadow of Makalu (27,765 ft), the cool Himalayan air currents envelope the gardens to produce a truly unique environment that is best suited for tea. Add the considerable wisdom and experience of the tea manager, and you have the tea we present to you. A fine leaf selection with a remarkable honey aroma, followed by bright amber infusion with a full body. This black tea has characteristic tannins similar to Darjeeling, but distinctly holds up on its own.

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Thank you TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of this tea. It’s fantastic!

I love this tea. It has some striking similarities to a Darjeeling, but, with a fuller body and a more robust flavor overall. Hints of wood, cacao, honey and flower intermingle. A dry astringency toward the tail, and a lightly sweet finish that lingers.

Very enjoyable … one of those teas that I’d love to have around to enjoy on a day when I want nothing more than to just sit back and enjoy tea. (Which is… pretty much every day)

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6768 tasting notes

SIPDOWN #3 for today…
Creamy, honey, cocoa…YUM…see previous notes…
Sorry to see this one go…

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