The 2019 edition of Himalayan Supreme Organic Nepal Black Tea is better than we have had in previous years. This elegant cup comes with notes of almond, cinnamon and honey accents. Very satisfying! Another Jun Chiyabari production that tells the world why Nepal teas are truly exciting.
DRY LEAF: Hand-rolled, tippy, clean. Woody, cocoa and pepper notes.
INFUSED LEAF: Nutty, grassy, light spice notes cinnamon and cloves.
CUP: A deep gold liquor with spicy nutty aroma. Flavors of roasted almonds, cinnamon, apricots with dark honey notes gently reveal themselves in this medium body tea. Lingering nutty finish.
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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Wonderful! I was so impressed to receive a hand written thank you note also. I will definitely be purchasing again :)
The years when this tea was not available, I went through mental withdrawal symptoms. I don't drink this daily, as I want to come to it afresh and also want to make it last. The earthiness has a quality that definitely takes me back to trekking in Nepal. Not a strong, dark tea, but such wonderful character!
I haven't used it yet but based on my previous purchases of this type of tea, I expect it to be excellent. I appreciate being a customer of Happy Earth Tea and value their expertise a lot!
I really enjoyed this tea.
Every tea to me is precious, and the more prized, the longer it takes for me to understand and draw out the fullest experience. On the first occasion steeling this tea, the aroma was pure, taste delicate, and somewhat ethereal. I realize that I needed to encourage the leaves with greater abundance, and found on the second occasion a more resilient balance. It does not lack the soaring clarity of a clear winter's sky from a mountaintop. And let me mention the Saigon Jade green; this too I welcomed very softly, and needed to brew stronger, but the the sweetness was even more pronounced with the slight increase in astringency and still the chamomile bloomed int eh cup.
Thank you Geoffrey for the wonderful and inspiring review! These teas are precious indeed!