black tea from northern thailand

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  • Dhara Black Needle - Climate- and Forest-Friendly Cultivated Black Tea from Northern Thailand

    Dhara Black Needle Black Tea (forest-friendly)

    6,9021,90

    Dhara Black Needle is a climate- and forest-friendly cultivated black tea from northern Thailand. As such, it comes from native “Assamica” type tea trees thriving in their natural biodiverse (subtropical) forest environments. Due to the highly diverse natural input in the (forest) soil and their deep-reaching roots, such “wild” teas are particularly rich in taste and active substances. Typical for black tea made of the region’s large-leaved Assamica varieties are sweet cocoa and coffee notes with a spicy touch of roast.

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  • Dhara Golden Tips Black Tea (forest-friendly)

    8,7028,90

    Dhara Golden Tips (1+1) is a climate- and forest-friendly cultivated black tea from northern Thailand. As such, it comes from native “Assamica” type tea trees thriving in their natural biodiverse (subtropical) forest environments. Due to the highly diverse natural input in the (forest) soil and their deep-reaching roots, such “wild” teas are particularly rich in taste and active substances. Typical for black tea made of the region’s large-leaved Assamica varieties are sweet cocoa and coffee notes with a spicy touch of roast. And the 1+1 picking standard promises a particularly mild and harmonious combination of these components.

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  • Lahu Forest Black - forest- and climate-friendly black tea picked by members of the Lahu mountain tribe in the forests of Amphoe Fang, Chiang Mai province, northern Thailand

    Lahu Forest Black Tea

    6,4019,70

    Lahu Black is “the fruity one” among our forest- and climate-friendly black teas from northern Thailand. Due to the highly diverse natural input in the (forest) soil and their deep-reaching roots, such “wild” teas are particularly rich in taste and active substances. The full-bodied taste of freshly picked midsummer fruits gives way to the harmonious interplay of typical malt and roast notes in the second infusion.

    For more information and illustration please refer to the below product description.