Assam Dikom TGFOP

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Reference : 20237
Price per unit: 2 060 Kč / Kg
2 060 Kč

Country of origin: India
Infusions: 1

Description

The Dikom garden lies in the heart of the Assam tea region, and is one of the oldest gardens bordering the River Brahmaputra. A local tribe, the Bodo-Kacharies, came up with the name when they found that the quality of the water was truly unique, tasting pleasantly sweet and smooth - the word “di” in their language means water. The regularly rolled black leaves produce an infusion that in aroma and taste is reminiscent of citrus juice.

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

The Dikom garden lies in the heart of the Assam tea region, and is one of the oldest gardens bordering the River Brahmaputra. A local tribe, the Bodo-Kacharies, came up with the name when they found that the quality of the water was truly unique, tasting pleasantly sweet and smooth. The word di in their language means water. The regularly rolled black leaves give an infusion that in aroma and taste is reminiscent of citrusy fruit juice.

Caffeine

Medium

Country of origin: India
Infusions: 1

Description

The Dikom garden lies in the heart of the Assam tea region, and is one of the oldest gardens bordering the River Brahmaputra. A local tribe, the Bodo-Kacharies, came up with the name when they found that the quality of the water was truly unique, tasting pleasantly sweet and smooth - the word “di” in their language means water. The regularly rolled black leaves produce an infusion that in aroma and taste is reminiscent of citrus juice.

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

The Dikom garden lies in the heart of the Assam tea region, and is one of the oldest gardens bordering the River Brahmaputra. A local tribe, the Bodo-Kacharies, came up with the name when they found that the quality of the water was truly unique, tasting pleasantly sweet and smooth. The word di in their language means water. The regularly rolled black leaves give an infusion that in aroma and taste is reminiscent of citrusy fruit juice.

Caffeine

Medium

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