Floral-flavoured spring-picked tea from tea estates overlooking the ever-snow-capped Himalayan mountains
It is a spring-picked tea from a representative tea garden in Nepal named after the name of the national flower Glans (Rhododendron). Inspired by the white snow-capped Himalayan mountains seen from the tea gardens, skilled artisans meticulously knead core buds wrapped in downy hairs to release the fragrance of flowers and precocious fruits. Finished with an attractive brand with a light sweetness. Filled with the breath of Himalayan nature, it's a drink you'll want to enjoy in a special moment.
2020 Nepal Docta First Flash Grand Tea Garden G-20
2022 Nepal Dunkta First Flush Granse Tea Garden G-7
April 1, 2022
*Employed bio-organic farming methods since 2000
Store away from high temperature and humidity and direct sunlight. After opening, put in an airtight container and consume as soon as possible.
(per 2.5g of tea leaves) energy 8kcal, protein 0.5g, fat 0.1g, carbohydrate 1.3g, salt equivalent 0g
flowers, unripe fruits
2.5g(2 medium teaspoons)
A tea plantation with beautiful scenery like Taoyuankyo.
Grande tea plantation
Scenery of tea picking
The tea plantation of the Grande Tea Garden at dusk.
Dhankta is a tea-producing area in Nepal along with the Ilam region. The Granse Tea Plantation is located next to the Junchabari Tea Plantation and the Kwapani Tea Plantation (closed). Owns 100 hectares of tea plantation on land with an altitude of 1,400m to 2,200m. Divided into 3 divisions, it is the first private tea plantation in Nepal and the first to introduce organic production. Currently, the natural environment such as bamboo forests and ponds are left as they are, and the weeds and insects in the tea plantation are not exterminated too much, and the tea is produced with the importance of coexisting with nature. Based on the policy of making the best black tea without hesitation, the average daily production volume is 250 kg, which is not much, but the reliable quality is highly evaluated in Europe and the United States, and many teas are exported to Germany and the United States. , exported to France.
Nepalese black tea popular in Europe for a long time
Black tea and green tea have been produced in Nepal for a long time, and have gained popularity in Europe, which is the main export destination. In recent years, it has become known in Japan due to its high quality and reasonable price. The characteristics of tea production in Nepal include small farm management where tea factories purchase tea leaves grown by farmers and make black tea, and farmers gather and invest funds to jointly manage tea gardens. Because of the land adjacent to Darjeeling, there are many technical exchanges with tea-related people in India, and high-quality tea is produced. On the other hand, compared to Darjeeling, there is no brand power of the production area, so the price is relatively cheap despite its high quality. It can be said that it is one of the recommended production areas where you can enjoy sweet, transparent, high-quality, delicious black tea at an affordable price.
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