Nepalese Himalayan Spring Green Tea

5 reviews
Regular price £15.49
(52p per cup)

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A hand rolled Nepalese green tea picked in early Spring. Leaves from one specific field, one specific harvest.

This very rare Nepali tea comes from a tiny and exquisite tea garden which produces just a few kilos of some of the finest tea in the world.

Cost per cup based on 2g of tea per 150ml of water and 2 infusions.

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27 October 2020
Lynden .
United Kingdom United Kingdom
This is a special tea

I am not generally a fan of green tea, but Nepalese Himalayan Spring is a very special tea. It is light and crisp, with complex flavours. I would absolutely recommend trying this tea.

27 September 2019
A simple green

A nice simple green tea with a light taste, great for the newbies to try a green tea.

01 November 2018
Truly heavenly!

This tea is gorgeous. I usually prefer white tea to green and this has the sweetness, delicacy & softness of white tea for me.

24 May 2018
Exquisite Sikkim Spring masterpiece

Hidden among Rare Tea's already stellar list is this stunningly fresh Himalayan secret jewel. Fresh green curls and wisps billow into full leaf in the pot to deliver a wheatfield-yellow liquor of silky mouthfeel and pronounced melon, lychee and pineapple flavours to which I'd add a butterscotch base note. A clean mineral finish leads on to a more herbaceous, Spring floral border second infusion that hardly diminishes through a third beginning to reveal edges of pear drops and citrus peel. Difficult to imagine a better drink for the season. Very good indeed at twice the price I hardly feel encouraged to give this secret away. Ms Lovell, Rare Tea and not least the tea farmers of Sikkim have outdone themselves. Buy it before I guzzle it all...

16 March 2018
This has to be the most delicious and elegant green tea I have ever tasted.

This has to be the most delicious and elegant green tea I have ever tasted. It's perfectly balanced in taste, with no bitterness to it whatsoever. The whole green tea leaves unfurl beautifully in water, releasing a completely divine tea drinking experience! I preferred white tea before drinking this green tea, but I completely changed my opinion after drinking this tea! I highly recommend this tea.

Nepalese Himalayan Spring Green Tea
Nepalese Himalayan Spring Green Tea
Nepalese Himalayan Spring Green Tea
Nepalese Himalayan Spring Green Tea

Tasting Notes

Tropical fruit notes of mango, cooked pineapple and lychee, yet low in acidity.

Jun Chiyabari



Jun Chiyabari


Spring Green


Use 2g of tea per 150ml of water.


For the optimum infusion use 80°C (176°F) water.


Infuse for 1 - 2 minutes, tasting regularly.