Nepal Kuwapani

Tea type
Black Tea
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Flavors
Bergamot, Floral, Fruity, Orange Zest
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Edit tea info Last updated by Ben Youngbaer
Average preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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  • “Ordered in Dobrá čajovna Pardubice. Two steeps in a teapot. We will see. As I was drinking green teas and oolongs (butter caramel oolong from DF this morning) I have decided for black tea. Pours...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This stuff is gold right now. this tea shines in your cup like no other. the dry leaves give off an aroma of a fall wind. when the leaves are put into my warm gaiwan, the smell is like a light...” Read full tasting note
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A high mountain Nepalese Black that calls upon the flavor of fresh snow to carry you across the Himalayas

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Ordered in Dobrá čajovna Pardubice. Two steeps in a teapot. We will see.

As I was drinking green teas and oolongs (butter caramel oolong from DF this morning) I have decided for black tea.

Pours copper clear liquor. Bit green notes though too.

In taste it is fresh, like Darjeeling a bit. There are little malt there too!

But overall it’s so mellow.

In scent: fruity and floral. Bit of citrus aromas too. Maybe a bergamot and orange zest.

Food pairing: cheese pita bread.

I wrote this note on mobile, so it’s not really convinient. But tea is good and that counts!

Flavors: Bergamot, Floral, Fruity, Orange Zest

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This stuff is gold right now. this tea shines in your cup like no other. the dry leaves give off an aroma of a fall wind. when the leaves are put into my warm gaiwan, the smell is like a light roasted pinecone. as i take my first sip I am overcome with the sweet taste of fresh snowfall and a strong bouquet of mountain air. while the tea has some delicate tendencies like a fresh first flush darjeeling, I find the Kuwapani has a more nutty undertone and maybe even a slight butterscotch sprinkle on top. Perfect for pre-hibernation tea.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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