Prathama

  • $ 12.00
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Prathama
Prathama
Prathama
Prathama
Prathama

Organic White Tea

Prathama

Slight jasmine | Steamed vegetables | Asparagus

  • $ 12.00
Weight:

50 grams approx. 25 cups

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Prathama, first in Nepali, is a sublime blessing from nature. Innately sweet in itself this brew invites a vitality to the cup. Pilfered from the pockets of the first blooming of 2022, Prathama is an elemental brew disclosed to you only in a cup.
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2 gms

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8.5 fl. oz.

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180º F

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4 min

Tea Maker:

Nikesh Gurung

"When I hold tea in my hand, I hold nature itself. A cup– the way it’s made, the way it’s drunk, the way it’s appreciated, reveals to me their truth."

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Light at the end of the tunnel

Stolen Sweetness from Nature

Prathama, first in Nepali, is a sublime blessing from nature. Innately sweet in itself this brew invites a vitality to the cup. Pilfered from the pockets of the first blooming of 2022, Prathama is an elemental brew disclosed to you only in a cup.

A white light into the prism

Blooming Jasmine

Prathama White Tea is a bouquet as pure as blooming jasmine. These leaves remember the joy of being cradled in nature and will reveal their sweet memory to you when steeped multiple times.

Sweet lullaby by the night lamp

Joyful Essence any time of the day

The low caffeine content in this tea makes this a 100% joy brew.

Sweet lullaby by the night lamp

A thriving bouquet in three minutes

Brew 2 grams or 1 tablespoon of Prathama White Tea for 8 oz water at 180 degrees Fahrenheit for 3-4 minutes.

About The Gardens

Kanchanjangha Tea Estate and Research Center Pvt. Ltd. (KTERC). KTERC is the first certified organic tea garden in Nepal. Established in 1984 by Mr. Deepak Prakash Baskota to rid his community of poverty the estate remains a model social enterprise. Kanchanjangha tea estate is nestled in the foothills of Mt. Kanchanjungha, the third highest mountain in the world, in the eastern part of Nepal. Situated at an altitude of 1300-1800 meters, the tea garden enjoys pristine Himalayan climatic conditions that produces highly unique and aromatic teas such as Kanchanjangha Noir.

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