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Malawi Satemwa • ZOMBA   [Remnants and Oddments]
Malawi Satemwa • ZOMBA

The tea makers have created a very extraordinary tea in ths blend. The coarse, uneven leaf structure makes you beleive this is a more tangy tea. However, the multi-faceted taste, which is certainly comparable to some Japanese teas, invalidates this assumption. The glowing, lime-coloured infusion hints at green asparagus. Well-scented and flowery in taste, this tea is predestined for green tea enthusiasts.


Stock:  8 bag
Moroccan NANA-Mint (cut)

There is hardly another product that has so many different names. Its original and real name is crisped mint. The name spearmint derives probably from its specific mint taste, with no menthol nuances. Moroccoan NANA-Mint is a traditional drink for the population of this African country and can be drunk at any time of the year. Both hot and cold, the infusion is a real thirst-quencher with no fruity notes but with a delicious and vitalizing spearmint taste. A further classic fromm Morocco is the combination of green tee, particularly Gunpoweder, and NANA-Mint (Green Menthos). Hence, this delicious herb receives a large portion of the vitalising theanine.


Stock:  12 bag
Malawi Satemwa • Pu-Erh   [Remnants and Oddments]
Malawi Satemwa • Pu-Erh

We were surprised when we first met with this Pu-Erh from Malawi! Produced following traditional methods, yet of African origin, this tea has a somewhat irregular leaf. The taste, however, is all the more impressive, with an unusually soft, mild and yet typically earthy character. The harmonic aftertaste is pleasantly spicy. This product will surely set new standards and is particularly recommendable to Pu-Erh ”beginners”. Let yourself be surprised!


Stock:  4 bag
Assam • FTGFOP1 • RANI (organic)   [Remnants and Oddments]
Assam • FTGFOP1 • RANI (organic)

This plantation is located in the western part of Assam, close to its capital city of Guwahati, at an altitude of only 48 m above sea level. The area, which was first cultivated around 1880, is an arid ecosystem, which is a result of rather dry winter seasons, moderately humid-warm summers and periods of monsoon rain. The teas predominately present a medium body, but are all very well-balanced with a malty, doughy flavour and slight hints of spices and herbs.


Stock:  10 bag
Darjeeling • FTGFOP1 • TEESTA VALLEY   [Remnants and Oddments]

After having received great feedback from our first flush tea of this garden, we are delighted to present to you this very pretty green tea quality which is cultivated and produced on this tea plantation at altitudes of up to 1,400 m with a view of the Teesta River. As expected from this tea garden, the Sinensis leaf is very well worked with a clear structure and silvery leaf tips. The infusion has a pleasant scent and glows while it is exceptionally soft in the cup for a green tea, albeit very aromatic and with a full body.


Stock:  10 bag
Darjeeling • FTGFOP • MARYBONG   [Remnants and Oddments]
Darjeeling • FTGFOP • MARYBONG

The Marybong Tea Estate is situated in the East Valley. This rather small garden produces top qualities every year on a cultivated area of approximately 285 hectares, at altitudes between 1,200 and 1,970 m. This is a well-balanced, aromatically sweet plucking featuring a certain "body" with some strength. The leaves are smaller, fine, and dark with green parts and bright tips. The cup's colour is the typical light copper of a tea of the late first flush period.


Stock:  16 bag
China • PANYONG GOLDEN NEEDLE   [Remnants and Oddments]

A further precious speciality from the Far East. This Chinese black tea is grown on the Thai-Mu Mountain in the province of Fujian. It is only plucked in April, when the new shoots show. Its long, narrow, black shimmering leaves with many flat golden-yellow tips are adorable. The appearance and taste of this tea are reminiscent of a finely spicy Assam from a late plucking. The infusion is of a shining, dark red colour. This tea can be served with a dash of milk or cream.


Stock:  4 bag
Ceylon • OP

The former "coffee island" Sri Lanka has turned into a "tea island" and has become the world's biggest tea exporter. This Ceylon tea comes from one of the most important cultivable regions of Sri Lanka, the Dimbulla District located in the west of the country. The quality, or leaf grading, OP, stands for Orange Pekoe and means royal leaf. This is the quality you can find in our beautiful, dark, wiry, needle-shaped leaf. Despite its dark infusion, the cup has the typical bright red-brown color of Ceylon teas. The unique, full, spicy and aromatic taste would even convince James Taylor, the father of Ceylonese tea growing.


Stock:  2 bag
Darjeeling • FOP • House Blend   [Remnants and Oddments]
Darjeeling • FOP • House Blend

As the demand for competitively priced consumer qualities is more present than ever, we are introducing this blend, which offers excellent value for money. All teas forming part of this blend were acquired towards the end of the season and show a very cleanly worked leaf with some green tips. The clear, medium amber colour of the cup yields a fresh, slightly spicy and grassy taste, which will guarantee successful sales.


Stock:  0 bag
Malawi Satemwa • Oolong Type THYOLO   [Remnants and Oddments]
Malawi Satemwa • Oolong Type THYOLO

Here we are presenting you with a further, very interesting quality from the Satemwa plantation. Named after the capital city of the cultivation region and a close-by mountain, this variety is cultivated at an altitude of approximately 1,200 m. Freshly brewed, the hand-rolled, extremely fragile leaves dispense a slight scent of lime blossoms. The cup reflects golden-yellow colours and the taste is fresh, grassy with slight vegetable-like notes. This is an exceptional talent in the world of Oolong teas.


Stock:  0 bag


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