Nepal Autumnal Jun Chiyabari Organic

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Anise, Apricot, Bitter, Brown Sugar, Cherry, Cocoa, Cookie, Honey, Honeysuckle, Smooth, Sweet, Wood
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Caffeine
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Certification
Organic, Vegan
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Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 45 sec 5 g 150 oz / 4436 ml

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  • “[Autumn 2020 harvest] Another great tea from Jun Chiyabari. It is very elegant, aromatic, and smooth with no astringency. The aroma reminds me of apricot, cookies, cherry, wood, star anise, and...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Montreal Tea Festival – Tea #21 Last tea to write about from the festival! Pretty impressed with myself for getting all the festival notes done in under a week, actually… I was excited when I saw...” Read full tasting note

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From magnificent gardens, only a short distance from Darjeeling, the delicate leaves and golden buds of this fall lot have been transformed with care and expertise. The resulting liquor is sweet and light, displaying its rich floral perfumes, honey and subtle fruity (apple) and chocolate accents. Simply exquisite!

To learn more about this tea, see the article devoted to it in our tea tasters blog.

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[Autumn 2020 harvest]

Another great tea from Jun Chiyabari. It is very elegant, aromatic, and smooth with no astringency.

The aroma reminds me of apricot, cookies, cherry, wood, star anise, and honey. The taste is sweet, woody and also a bit more savoury than the typical Autumn black tea from Himalayas. There are flavours of brown sugar, cocoa, honeysuckle and apricot. I has just the right amount of bitterness to create a balanced profile. In the finish, some sour notes also come to the fore and make for an unusual aftertaste.

Flavors: Anise, Apricot, Bitter, Brown Sugar, Cherry, Cocoa, Cookie, Honey, Honeysuckle, Smooth, Sweet, Wood

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 45 sec 5 g 150 OZ / 4436 ML

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Montreal Tea Festival – Tea #21

Last tea to write about from the festival! Pretty impressed with myself for getting all the festival notes done in under a week, actually…

I was excited when I saw CS brewing this up – it’s from the same estate that DT’s Nepal Black comes from, though it’s not the same thing. Still, I couldn’t help but mentally compare the two while I tried this one out. Now, mind you that the brewing technique could play a lot into how the flavours came out in the infusion – but I thought this one seemed a bit lighter in body, but more nuanced in flavour. DT’s Nepal Black is very full bodied and brisk/sweet, with mostly honey and malt notes. This was more medium bodied, and the range of notes I got was a mix of clover honey, malt, milk chocolate, and prune. I liked it a lot, but just based on this one sample I think I surprisingly prefer DT’s Nepal Black for its richer honey notes and sweetness, even if it’s not as complex…

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