Nepal Black Tea

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This success story started in the year 2000 when three tea lovers founded this exclusive 185 acre (75 hectares) tea garden in East Nepal to produce half-fermented premium qualities in close cooporation with several smaller farms among other teas. This East Nepal tea garden is proving to be a serious competition with the Oolongs from Darjeeling and Formosa, even with an annual export of only a few lots of just under 220 lbs (100 kg) net production each. Both the tea leaves and the infusion have intense scents of hay flowers, a complex and fresh aroma and a slightly earthy characteristic with a delicately sweet spiciness.

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