Productions from Nepal has not only been sold as Darjeeling, but some of which are also fine and unique teas of their own rights. We have carefully included a few of their finest and best value ones to represent this amazing tea region
Tea, White teas, Nepal, the Himalayas, Floral Aromas, Fuller Bodies, Neutral-Cool Energy, Organic teas
Unique Old Style White Tea from the Himalayas
One does not come upon a tea rare as White Shiiba that often. Intended originally for producing green tea, the small row of Japanese Shiiba tea plants that our producer has successfully planted in his farm in Nepal have acquired a different character from their Kyushu ancestors. Processing the leaves in the traditional white tea fashion is not common in itself in Nepal either. The old way of long wither style is rare, if heard of at all, outside of China. Somehow, through a string of coincidences, this old fashion Fujian processing done on an entirely different cultivar grown 1800 m above and 4000 km west of its origin has resulted in a tea that is simply one of the best tasting, and definitely the most likeable in the entire white tea category.
Net weight: 50 g (1.8 oz) in Kraft-alu packRated 5.00 out of 5
Home, Tea, Black teas, Nepal, the Himalayas, Floral Aromas, Milder Tastes, Neutral Energy, Organic teas
Hand-rolled Himalayan Tips:
Although tea from this part of the world has not been best known for smoothness, there can be exceptions provided that there is the proper knowledge and experience. Together with the work of Nature. Imperial Topaz is such a tea. Hand-rolled and masterfully processed for a soft and round profile yet rich with the distinctive mineral accents representative of the region, the bright orange infusion delivers what is best from the Himalayas coupled with the modesty and gentleness of a Chinese black. Imperial Topaz is not only a gem of Nepali tea, but also an example of what can be achieved when we tea people share and work together across boundaries.
Net weight: 50 g (1.8 oz) in Kraft-alu pack
Home, Tea, Oolongs, Nepal, the Himalayas, Floral Aromas, Stronger Tastes, Neutral-Cool Energy, Organic teas
Nepali Oriental Beauty :
The production of genuine Dong Fang Mei Ren involves a process that is a synthesis of that of a black tea and of a white tea, in addition to bites by green leafhoppers before plucking. Tea Hong’s Silver Moon Himalaya skips the bug part and has instead a superb growing environment under the pristine air and water on the roof of the world. Also the calming chill of the night and sweet dews that shy away on the leaves on the touch of the orange ray in the Himalayan morning. Same tenderly produced by master tea makers studying from Taiwan masters, this unique semi-oolong is a gem of tea gastronomy. Can be infused using either gongfu or conventional methods.
Net weight: 60 g (2.1 oz) in Kraft-alu packRated 5.00 out of 5
Tea, Black teas, Nepal, the Himalayas, Stronger Tastes, Neutral Energy, Organic teas
Nepali Finest Orthodox:
If black tea from China is too soft for your taste, perhaps this is a good option. While having same level of pleasant flowery character, Himalayan Finest Flowery has a lot more sharpness and strength. Our garden, 1800m above the Dhankuta region, lends a pristine growth environment for the tea. The extreme difference between day and night, winter and spring, the dry air and unique minerals in the soil give a distinctive taste profile to this light color black tea. EU and USDA certified organic.
Net weight: 80 g (2.8oz) in Kraft-alu packRated 4.33 out of 5