Sandakphu Silver is a fantastic example of a classic Nepalese spring white tea. It is dried under the moonlight, which is reflected in its vibrant, golden-orange liquor. Fragrant notes of green grape, honeysuckle, and toasted almond are accented by notes of clover honey and nectarine. It is a tea that you will want to enjoy over and over again.
A classic Nepali white tea, the barely exposed young leaves reveal down-like white hairs. One leaf and a bud are plucked during the spring harvest. Because Nepal’s teas have a long period of dormancy, they have been shown to be higher in antioxidants than teas from other countries once hand-plucked, the tea is withered in a trough and dried in the moonlight. Sandakphu Silver has a fresh, fruity aroma. Its flavor balances subtle notes of stone fruit with a satisfying, nutty finish.
One heaping teaspoon of tea per 8 ounce cup. Cool boiling water for 2 minutes, then steep tea 3 - 4 minutes.