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Black Tea

Java • OP • CIATER

In the early 19th century, around 1825, Dutch settlers started growing tea plants on the Indonesian island of Java. From there, tea cultivation was also transferred to Sumatra. This leaf tea comes from the best plucking period in Java, between August and September. A beautiful, dark to slightly red leaf makes a shining copper colour in the cup and a strong, fruity and aromatic taste, which is also reflected in the bouquet.


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Java • HONG CA   [Preorder]
Java • HONG CA

The Hong CA is made from the “Sukui Clone”. This speciality is cultivated and produced on the small, private tea plantation in the province Sukabumi in western Java. The leaves are picked only during the dry season at altitudes of up to 1,300 metres. The production process takes up to 30 hours and is done using traditional Chinese methods. The result is a dark brown leaf with a long, slightly turned, open appearance. The infusion unfolds a fresh, fruity bouquet. The cup is of a shining copper color and the flavor is expressive and fruity, with a slightly spicy and earthy note and even a hint of vanilla!


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