Himalayan Special Spring Chinary Black Tea

description

Being a chinary bush tea, it is characteristically brisk and lush with fresh green notes of the spring season. It's not an easy tea for beginners since the flavors grow on you. But it's worth the commitment.

the experience

liquor

aroma

Marked by notes of fresh cut grass, wet wood, and nuts, slight mushroom.

appearance

Gold

taste

The liquor is brisk, slightly astringent, and full of aromatic green attributes. Notes of herbs, similar to wild basil, dominate the cup, lending a definite bite to the liquor. Undertones of white flower, wood spice, and bark, are also noticeable.

COMPLEMENTS

Goes well with an avocado toast, grains, sprouts, and spanish omelette.

dry leaf

aroma

Mellow notes of bark, nuts, hints of undergrowth, and garden flower

appearance

Mix of well rolled, blackish-brown leaves, bright green leaf flakes, powder green buds and some with stalks

infusion

aroma

Wet wood, stalk, and cooked greens

appearance

Choppy olive green leaves

steeping notes

cold filtered O2 Rich Water

Temperature

Tea Leaves

Time

hot

180 ml

85℃ -90℃

1.25 tsp / 2.5 g

4 mins

Recommended number of steeps - 1

condiments

Drink Plain

TIME OF DAY
Morning
CAFFEINE
Medium
BEST CONSUMED
Hot
SEASON
First
SPECIALTY
Chinary
SKU FFMBB | GRADE FTGFOP1