Kanchanjangha Black

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8 oz / 236 ml

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Origin: Panchthar, Nepal
This lovely tea produces a fresh, fruity, flowery aroma with notes of dark chocolate, raisins, caramel, and wild grass. Enjoy this gorgeous Nepalese tea over multiple infusions.

From the one of the best tea producing regions in the world near the border of Nepal and India, comes this high elevation premium black tea with similar characteristics to its famous neighboring teas of Darjeeling, India.

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This one is nice, peppery and bright. A fun advent tea as I don’t think I would try it on my own. It’s nice to have steepster friends for enablers :)

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I tasted this before I read up on it, and I wouldn’t have tagged it as a Darjeeling. My groggy, caffeine-starved brain (stormed overnight; no power this morning till we’d been up about an hour) classified it as “watery Assam with some really nice dark, sweet notes.” However, it was enjoyable, and I’ve got the basket of leaves on standby to doctor up with something a little stronger.


Evol – LOLOL!


Wish I’d read this before I resteeped ;)

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K is for…Kanchanjangha Black

I really need to say thank you to Mastress Alita because her alphabet sipdown challenge has done wonders for my sipdowns!! I think I am at 28 empties for the month already. Plus, it makes figuring out instagram content for the Sororitea Sisters blog so simple. Thank you Mastress Alita!!!

Also thank you Sil for this “K” tea. It is one of 3 K teas I have and so its nice to have some variety. This is the only caffeinated one in the mix.

Tasting it now, it’s an okay tea. Nothing particularly interesting about it. It’s a sort of standard darjeeling profile – a little on the greener side though not metallic at all. Smooth. A touch vegetal/floral. Fine. Meh. Still always fun to try new things though!

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So Darjeeling teas for some reason are just not my cup of tea and unfortunately that is also the case with this one here. So this will be either for swaps or given to a friend/family member.

1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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