Sumatra Gunung Dempo Estate Black Tea

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Brewing instructions

Brew with fresh boiling water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes

Brewing instructions

Sumatra Gunung Dempo Estate Black Tea

Grown in the highlands of Northern Sumatra, This Estate is named after its volcano that stands 3173 meters above the lush and tropical forests under foot. The Assamese leaf thrives in the tropical weather conditions and it is the volcanic soil, rich in nutrients that lends itself to the well rounded tea grown in this region. This tea is delicate in floral notes, with a well rounded body, a sweet maltiness and a touch of citrus.

Type of Tea- Orthodox Black Tea

Origin- Pagar Alam, Sumatra, Indonesia.

Leaf Grade- Broken Pekoe- Grade 1

Altitude- 1500-3500 feet above sea level.

Harvest- 2015

Brewing Guide- Use boiling water (100 degrees) Infuse for 3-5 minutes

How to Serve- Serve best with milk.

Tasting Notes- A brisk cup with a full body, maltiness and delicate citrus notes.

Colour in Cup- Light amber 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.

Health Benefits- Black Tea contains antioxidants such as polyphenols and catechins that scientists believe could help prevent some types of illnesses as they protect your cells from DNA damage.

Advice on tea you might like- Kenya Milima Loose Leaf Tea or Kenya Kaproret GFOP


Additional info
  • Type
    Black Tea
  • Health Points
    Health Points
    Anti Oxidants, Diabetes
  • Caffeine Level
    Caffeine Level
  • Options
    Loose Tea
  • Time of Day
    Time of Day
    Breakfast, Lunchtime
  • Country
    South East Asia
5 / 5
  1. Pas d'amertume, thé léger. Bien.

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  2. Rapide. Bonne qualité. Bien emballé

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  3. Fabulous, Assamish, but with a distinct floral edge. Please don't tell everyone.

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