A particularly deep black tea with notes of dark chocolate and bright citrus. Best enjoyed without milk.
The Jun Chiyabari Tea Garden
High in the Nepali Himalayas lies the tiny but extraordinarily beautiful Jun Chiyabari Tea Garden. At 1835 meters above sea level, the tea grows slowly but with intense flavours. This very special terroir produces uniquely rich, chocolate flavours.
Using 150 year old brass plates, the leaf is gently rolled in small batches in the traditional orthodox method.
These singular leaves have been carefully crafted to reveal the prized floral nose of a high grown Himalayan tea.
The garden is run by Morris Orchard, a third generation Nepali tea planter whose grandfather came from Britain to plant tea. This lovely man has a great respect for the land, the tea, and the small team he works with - it is an honour to be part of that.