Khumbu Black Tea - Deep Amber | Malty | Nutty

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This tea reflects the beauty and adventure of the Khumbu region of Nepal, gateway to the Everest mountain area and home to the famed Tengboche Monastery. Fresh spring leaves are allowed to oxidize naturally, and then carefully hand-rolled producing a beautiful, dense tea. The cup reveals a dark amber liquor and a malty flavor, with hints of rich tobacco and a nutty finish. This tea is brisk and complex, with a well-balanced astringency and mouthfeel.

Steeping Instructions

One teaspoon of tea per 8 ounce cup. Cool boiling water for 1 minute, then steep tea 3 - 4 minutes. Tea can be steeped more than once.

Black Tea

Black Tea

3- 4 Minutes
Monsoon
Summer Flush
195°

195°

Brewing Temp
Caffeine Strength
Caffeine Strength 4
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5.0 Based on 3 Reviews
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    MM
    08/29/2020
    Marsha M.
    United States United States
    My favorite tea

    I have been ordering this particular tea from Nepali Tea Traders for years. I have it on the weekend as a special treat. It is the best tea I have found anywhere. Full of flavor and color. Takes me right back to the tea shop off New Road.

    09/07/2020
    Nepali Tea Traders

    Dear Marsha, We are so thrilled to know that you enjoyed our Khumbu Black Tea. We love that this tea was able to transport you back to New Road, Nepal. Thank you so much for your great feedback and your continued support. We truly appreciate it!

    BH
    02/07/2019
    Brenda H.
    The freshest black tea, vibrant, subtle flavor

    We loved this tea. We’ve bought several bags, and found it deep and fresh, capable of making a strong but not too bitter cup of black tea. Try this tea, you won't regret it.

    T
    05/15/2015
    Teaxplorer
    Khumbu

    Khumbu has jammy flavour notes, moderate to high tannins and a dry finish. It is packed with flavour and could possibly take a small splash of milk if infused longer. Khumbu is an ideal breakfast tea, and Assam drinkers should try it!