Temi Tea Online Special Sikkim Organic Tea – 250g
From the abundant organic tea gardens of Sikkim, lays a sloping Himalayan Hill blanketed by perfect loamy soil; yielding the highest quality Temi tea leaves.
Temi tea brings you a range of carefully handpicked tea leaves that are organic, healthy, high quality, and available in a wide range of flavour palettes.
|Aroma:||Woody Earthy Note.|
|Dimensions||11 x 6.5 x 15.5 Centimeters|
|Flavor:||Refreshing and Soothing. Plain Black Tea|
|Included items:||1 special – Sikkim Tea, 250 g|
|Ingredients||100% Organic Black Tea|
|Origin:||TEMI Tea Estate, Sikkim.|
|Shelf life:||12 months|
|Storage instruction:||Store in a cool and dry place|
A perfect climate feeds the soil of the Temi Tea Estate, and the careful handpicking session of the seasoned picker’s process gradually brings to you the warm cup of artisan Temi Tea special.
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Temi Tea Online Special Sikkim Organic Tea- 250g
Temi tea leaves that make this special packet make for a uniquely mixed range that brings a captivating aroma, a delicious flavour, warm spices, and a sweet lingering aftertaste to the entire cup of tea.
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Temi Tea Online Special Organic Tea Sikkim, 250g
Temi Tea Special Organic Black Tea 100% Premium Single Estate.
- Temi Tea Estate, the only such plantation in Sikkim which is a small village situated at the India-Nepal border, is fully organic that produces this niche Tea.
- The Tea production in this estate has been switched over from the conventional method to the ‘Organic Method’ according to the guidelines of the Institute of Marketecology (IMO) of Switzerland.
- Temi Special Organic Black Tea is the only tea we offer from Sikkim.
- This Tea is not just famous because it’s Organic but it comes from the best farms in the country.
- Temi Organic Black Tea is a caffeinated, medium-bodied tea that brews nicely to medium brown colour and has a woody earthy note to it with a super smooth finish.
- All the way from a little farm in northern India, this tea is cultivated, harvested, and dried with the utmost care, so that you deeply enjoy the brew.
- En route from Gangtok to Namchi, in Sikkim situated at the India-Nepal border, is fully organic produces this niche Tea.
- Lelow Online’s Temi Special Organic Black Tea is the only tea we offer from Sikkim. This Tea is not just famous because it’s Organic but it comes from the best farms in the country.
- If you are looking for a perfect Black Tea to tackle your day with, Temi Sikkim Tea will bring charisma to your life and bring vivid clarity to your senses.
Why we say it’s great: A late first flush picking, elegant flavour & full body. Very forgiving if steeped a bit long.
100% Organic Black Tea
Special Packet- 250g
This special packet makes for a uniquely mixed range of tea leaves that bring a captivating aroma, a delicious flavour, warm spices, and a sweet lingering aftertaste to the entire cup of tea.
The tea estates in Sikkim nestle amongst the stunning and gorgeous Himalayas in North East India. The state of Sikkim lies between Nepal and Bhutan, just a few miles shy of Tibet in the north and the state of West Bengal in the South.
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Known for its distinct steam distillation method, the special tea from Temi can be relished as a flowery liquor. This tea is famed for its exclusivity as well as its innumerable health benefits.
From the abundant tea gardens of Sikkim, lays a sloping Himalayan Hill blanketed by perfect loamy soil; yielding the highest quality Tea.
Temi tea brings you a range of carefully handpicked dry leaves that are organic, healthy, high quality, and available in a wide range of flavour palettes.
A perfect climate feeds the soil of the Temi tea garden, and the careful handpicking session of the seasoned picker’s process gradually brings to you the warm cup of artisan Temi Tea special.
This pack contains loose leaf tea. It has the finest pure Temi Sikkim full leaf tea from the gardens of the Temi tea estate.
Established in the year 1969 by the Government of Sikkim, Temi tea plants are growing along the steep slopes of the hills emerging from the Tendong Hills; ranging from 120o to 1800 m.
Temi Tea Estate
The 177 hectares spread gardens of Temi produce premium quality tea leaves having international demand. The way to the processing plant, en route to Tendong Hill, is marked with well-trimmed cherry blossom trees amidst the fields lush with ferns and grazing grasses.
Once you reach the garden, the rewarding views of Khangchendzonga tampered in snow mesmerize the tourists completely and leave them in a state of awe.
Temi Tea Estate is the only tea garden existing in Sikkim producing about 1 Lakh kg of tea every year, that too using the organic method as per the guidelines of the Institute of Marketecology (IMO) of Switzerland.
Tea production in this estate has been switched over from the conventional method to the ‘Organic Method’ according to the guidelines of the Institute of Marketecology (IMO) of Switzerland. This conversion initiated in 2005 is reported to have been completed.
The changeover has involved the use of organic bio-fertilizers such as cattle manure, neem cakes, and vermin-composite manure replacing the chemical fertilizers used in the past. The Bangalore unit of IMO inspects the product every year and issues an IMO certificate.
The Manager of the Temi expects that as soon as the IMO declares the estate as an “organic garden”, the “products will fetch higher prices in the market” and that “Temi tea, produced in four grades, (would) find ready markets in European markets and Japan”.
The Tea Board has already started exporting to Canada and Japan in small quantities (100 kilograms (220 lb) of bulk tea at Rs 2500 per kg) at attractive prices.
|GARDEN:||TEMI TEA ESTATE|
A truly FTGFOP1 “royal” tea from Temi, the only plantation in the former kingdom of Sikkim, now the most northerly Indian state. The garden produces teas with a distinctive, fruity character.
This tea from the late first flush picking convinces with its elegant flavour, its full body, and the finely worked leaf. Sikkim, a province close to Darjeeling is noted for having a strong Darjeeling taste with a touch of Assam. This is a black tea that is most enjoyable.
Sikkim, a province close to Darjeeling is noted for having a strong Darjeeling taste with a touch of Assam. This is a black tea that is most enjoyable. The Temi Tea Garden (27.2367°N 88.4222°E) in Ravangla, established in 1969 by the Government of Sikkim, is located in South Sikkim in the northeastern Indian state of Sikkim.
It is the only tea garden in Sikkim and is considered one of the best in India and in the world. Top-quality tea is produced, which is in demand in the international market. The garden is laid over a gradually sloping hill. The tea produced in this garden is also partly marketed under the trade name “Temi Tea”
When steeping this tea, I do not recommend making it too strong, especially on your first cup. Too strong a cup will most likely turn you off this tea (and most other black
Use 2 -3 grams per 8 ounces cup, and bring water to a boil, 212F. and steep for 3 to 5 minutes.
Please stay with your cup and make certain it is steeped properly. Way too many cups of tea are ruined by over-steeping and not paying careful attention to the steeping parameters.
Come on into our store and talk to us about why this may be the Yunnan tea for you. We will give you a sample to see if Sikkim Temi FTGFOP Black Tea should be in your tea cupboard.
We are customer-friendly and we love to talk and drink TEA!
- Temi Special Organic Black Tea, 250 GMS
- Niche Tea
- Single Estate
- Bring the charisma in your life & vivid clarity to your senses
Black Tea contains:
alkaloids, including caffeine, theophylline, and theobromine, amino acids, carbohydrates, proteins, chlorophyll, fluoride, aluminium, minerals and trace elements, and volatile organic compounds, which contribute to its odour and taste.
The antioxidant effect of black tea is due to its polyphenol content. Polyphenols are chemical compounds that protect plants from ultraviolet radiation and harmful, disease-causing pathogens. Flavonoids are one type of polyphenol.
They occur in grapes, red wine, and other foods.
Aroma: Pronounced note of nectarines, Mirabelle plum, hints of cedar along with muted musky accents, Marked by notes of mille-feuille, dried apricot, hints of cashew along with a soft note of acai berries. Light musky along with notes of ripened tree fruit and undercurrents of vine peach.
Appearance: Amber Short, well-rolled, blackish-brown leaves with a scattering of mahogany-tinted open leaves, A mix of bright, coppery-brown leaves; some with emerald-green hues tea
Taste: A medium-bodied, brisk cup that feels ample in the mouth and beams with radiant fruity characteristics right from the start. Delectable notes of Mirabelle plum and nectarines envelop the palate right at the start and hum along, rendering a distinct texture to the liquor.
An underlying muskiness flows throughout, complemented by subtle undertones of cedar and luscious stone-fruity accents which shore up around the edges and towards the finish. Taking the experience a notch higher is exquisite notes of pink pralines in the aftertaste.
Our comments on taste: Distinctive, fruity character, Assam & Darjeeling notes
COMPLEMENTS: Best enjoyed on its own or with a cheese sandwich, freshly buttered toast, croissants, and pancakes
Dry Leaves: Dry Leaf
Infusion: Aroma Light musky along with notes of ripened tree fruit and undercurrents of vine peach
About Temi Tea
Established in 1969, certified Organic and a laurelled tea estate, Temi Tea garden is the only tea plantation in Sikkim and is known to be the finest in producing speciality teas. Picked at 5000 ft. in the foothills of the Himalayas, we have procured this rare Muscatel straight from its beautiful terrain.
This fine Indian single-estate tea is medium-bodied, beaming with fruity aromas. Mirabelle plums and nectarines envelop the palate right at the start. Notes of cedar and stone fruits encircle the edges, with exquisite notes of pink pralines arriving in the aftertaste. A sublime experience of the Indian summer harvest 2021!
|Time of Day||Evening|
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