Hairy buds and immediate two leaves of the tea plant (Camellia Sinensis), hand-picked and processed carefully, controlling oxidation and fermentation level to produce smoother yet flavorful black tea. Buds are fury with downy hairs and the first leaf is very tendered. This is heavier than Golden Needles and leaves used are as similar as White Peony. This tea can be paired with a light meal or snack.
Grown above 1700 meters from sea level, beneath Himalayas of Nepal. Processed traditionally, manually and in the pollution-free mountainous region. Free of chemicals, pesticides, child labor. No use of animal during the harvesting, processing or transportation of the product.
Himalayan Golden Peony
- 3 grams (0.11 oz) for a single serving (8 fl oz cup or Gaiwan)
- 5 grams (0.18 oz) for pot serving (16 fl oz pot)
- 170F - 190F (75C-85C)
- 2 minutes
- Increase the steeping time for multiple infusions.
- Brew on 4 fl oz water for 3 minutes to serve iced.