Nepal Tea Sakhira SFTGFOP1 Second Flush
Brew with fresh boiling water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes
Nepal Sakhira SFTGFOP1 Second Flush
Ilam is located at the Eastern most point of Nepal, bordering Darjeeling with the same climate which gives Nepali tea Darjeeling's muscatel similarities. Despite Nepalese teas closeness and similarities to Darjeeling, the brewed leaf has distinct Assamese qualities with a Darjeeling-like delicateness with the malty, sweet notes of Assam Tea.
Type of Tea- Orthodox Nepali Black Tea.
Origin- Sakhira Tea Estate, Ilam, Nepal.
Altitude- 4000ft above sea level
Leaf Grade- Super Fine Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe- Grade 1
Harvest- May-July Harvest Brewing Guide- Use boiling water (100 degrees) Infuse for 3-5 minutes.
How to Serve- This tea is best served without milk.
Tasting Notes- Delicate and sweet with malty notes.
Colour in Cup- Deep copper Liquor.
Pack sizes available- 50g, 125g, 250g, 500g, 1 Kilo. ( We pack everything fresh to order, nothing is off the shelf ! ). We pack all our teas in a unique material which combines card and foil, regarded as the best for retaining freshness and quality.
Storage- Airtight container away from strong scents and direct sunlight.
Health Benefits- Black teas can hep enhance the immune system, and lower blood sugar which could lower the chance of diabetes While raising metabolism rates, helping with weight loss.
Advice on tea you might like- Nepal Mist Valley 1st Flush Tea or Nepal Mist Valley 1st Flush Tea
History- Based 12 miles from the Ilam Haat Bazaar (open air market) lies the Sakhira Tea Garden based on the Sakhejung Hill Range, this Tea Estate was founded by a group of farmers in 2000. Since then, the farmers now produce green teas and speciality teas. The word 'Ilam' is a combination of two words in Limbu dialect, 'I' referring to the word 'winding' and 'Lam' denotes the way. This is a reference to the long winding roads and hills that cover Ilam which makes it perfect for tea growing.
Health PointsAnti Oxidants, Immune System, Refreshing, Weight Loss
Time of DayBreakfast, Lunchtime, Afternoon