Vietnam Black Tea

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Reference : 21307
Price per unit: 2 980 Kč / Kg
2 980 Kč2980.00CZK
Country of origin: Vietnam
Infusions: 1

loose leaf black tea

Description

This is a black tea harking from the Tam Duong area in Lai Chau Province, located in the north-west of Vietnam. The tea gardens in the locality nestle beneath Fansipan - the highest mountain in Indo-China. The tea is harvested by 2,000 pickers from local ethnic groups. Its long, dark brown leaves with golden tips create an infusion suggesting wild honey in aroma, while the taste is dominated by a certain sweetness, something akin to Turkish Delight.

preparation

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 3-5 minutes. Sieve and serve. Suitable for 1 infusion.

Composition

This is a black tea harking from the Tam Duong area in Lai Chau Province, located in the north-west of Vietnam. The tea gardens in the locality nestle beneath Fansipan - the highest mountain in Indo-China. The tea is harvested by 2,000 pickers from local ethnic groups. Its long, dark brown leaves with golden tips create an infusion suggesting wild honey in aroma, while the taste is dominated by a certain sweetness, something akin to white nougat.

Caffeine

High

Country of origin: Vietnam
Infusions: 1

loose leaf black tea

Description

This is a black tea harking from the Tam Duong area in Lai Chau Province, located in the north-west of Vietnam. The tea gardens in the locality nestle beneath Fansipan - the highest mountain in Indo-China. The tea is harvested by 2,000 pickers from local ethnic groups. Its long, dark brown leaves with golden tips create an infusion suggesting wild honey in aroma, while the taste is dominated by a certain sweetness, something akin to Turkish Delight.

preparation

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 3-5 minutes. Sieve and serve. Suitable for 1 infusion.

Composition

This is a black tea harking from the Tam Duong area in Lai Chau Province, located in the north-west of Vietnam. The tea gardens in the locality nestle beneath Fansipan - the highest mountain in Indo-China. The tea is harvested by 2,000 pickers from local ethnic groups. Its long, dark brown leaves with golden tips create an infusion suggesting wild honey in aroma, while the taste is dominated by a certain sweetness, something akin to white nougat.

Caffeine

High

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