A superb full body second flush organic black tea from Jun Chiyabari tea estate. Rich with flavors of molasses, pepper and spice this organic Himalayan Imperial Black tea is good choice if you are looking for a strong, yet refined and smooth tea.
DRY LEAF: Long wiry leaves with an unusual crispness for teas from the Himalayas. Recalls wuyi rock oolong tea in appearance, but with more finer leaves. Rich aroma of dark chocolate and burnt caramel.
INFUSION: The leaves appear cocoa brown with a nose of chocolate, caramel and spice.
CUP: The liquor is dark honey with a sweet fruity fragrance. A delicate creaminess coats the palate with rich notes of plum and caramel together with spicy hints. Long sweet aftertaste.
1 tbsp for a 8-12 oz cup
Jun Chiyabari, established in 2001, is an organic tea garden in the eastern Himalayan region of Nepal. Located in the hills around the small town of Hile in Dhankuta district North 27o 01' East 087o 19' at an altitude of 1600-2000 meters / 5000-6000 feet above sea level. This is approximately 200 km east from Kathmandu; 55 km west of Ilam in Nepal and 65 km west of Darjeeling, India.
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The quality of this tea is wonderful and unique!
I love this rich tea with steamed oat milk. Perfect morning cup.
It’s my perfect morning cup of black tea currently. It’s light dnd sweet.
Love this tea! My favorite. When it’s out of stock I experiment with other teas from Happy Earth, all of which I have enjoyed. But I’m happiest, and in my element with Organic Himalayan Imperial Black :-) Thanks, Niraj, for your wonderful company, and delicious assortment of teas!
This is my favorite morning and late afternoon tea. A mild tastes robust aroma that awakens the senses. During the day I move to a green tea called Pi Lo Chun. I sip it throughout the day. It is cool tasting and refreshes me even when it cools down. It has a lovely sweet grass aroma so you feel l like you are in a sunlit glenn.