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Assam Meleng FTGFOP1 Tippy

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Price per unit: 4 620 Kč / Kg
4 620 Kč

Country of origin: India
Infusions: 1

The Meleng tea garden is one of the oldest in Assam, dating back to 1852. The plantation spreads out along both sides of the River Meleng, which lends the garden its name. The black-brown leaves with a high content of golden tips create an orange-brown infusion. The liquor possesses the intoxicating aroma and taste of orange and mandarin with a pronounced malty edge.

Preparation guidelines: Allow 1 teaspoon of tea for each 1.5 dl of water and one more for the teapot. Add freshly boiled water and leave it to infuse for 3 minutes. Sieve and serve. Suitable for 1 infusion.

The Meleng tea garden is one of the oldest in Assam, dating back to 1852. The plantation spreads out along both sides of the River Meleng, which lends the garden its name. The black-brown leaves with a high content of golden tips create an orange-brown infusion. The liquor possesses the intoxicating aroma and taste of orange and mandarin with a pronounced malty edge.

Country of origin: India
Infusions: 1

The Meleng tea garden is one of the oldest in Assam, dating back to 1852. The plantation spreads out along both sides of the River Meleng, which lends the garden its name. The black-brown leaves with a high content of golden tips create an orange-brown infusion. The liquor possesses the intoxicating aroma and taste of orange and mandarin with a pronounced malty edge.

Preparation guidelines: Allow 1 teaspoon of tea for each 1.5 dl of water and one more for the teapot. Add freshly boiled water and leave it to infuse for 3 minutes. Sieve and serve. Suitable for 1 infusion.

The Meleng tea garden is one of the oldest in Assam, dating back to 1852. The plantation spreads out along both sides of the River Meleng, which lends the garden its name. The black-brown leaves with a high content of golden tips create an orange-brown infusion. The liquor possesses the intoxicating aroma and taste of orange and mandarin with a pronounced malty edge.

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