My organic green and white tea from Nepal tea is consistently delicious. Follow brewing instructions and save the leaves for more than one cup. I enjoy a green tea latte with steamed oat milk.
Your tea was so amazing for green tea! I did order their lemon grass one I wish it had more of a lemon grass taste but it was still delish!!
Very small leaves, unusal for Oolong tea, and nearly fully oxidized. It is more near to a black tea, but with a distinct aroma and taste!
After the first steep, the leaves have a slight chocolate fragrant.
The taste is smooth, buttery and pleasant, even after the third infusion.
The leaves are very fine, with hairy tips, and the taste is fine, and pleasant.
I really enjoyed the variety of teas I received and the bag the teas came in was beautiful! I love that this company gives back to the local community too.
Nepali Breakfast tea is a very invigoratingly delightful tea to start my day. I enjoy it so much that I often have a cuppa in the afternoon as a pick-me-up. I highly recommend it and plan to share it with some of my co-workers at the office in the coming week.
I Highly recommend tea club, it’s so much fun. I can’t believe the beautiful teas that came in for tea club this month. What a surprise!!! Thank you all so much 💚
I prepared the tea according the instructions on the package, with soft, filtered water:
2 gr 240 ml 100 C 4 minutes
The promised burst of rose did not happen, although notes of red rose definitely appeared later on.
I steeped the tea twice and will try in different ways on days to come.
Here are today’s tasting notes:
Dry leaf: floral, fruity, muscatel, ripe, yellow plum
Dry leaf in preheated jug: rose-hip jam on freshly toasted bread; cookies.
Wet leaf: fruity, floral, red rose
Liquid: caramel pudding, sweet, later on sultanas
Flavor profile: dry, rich and bright, sweet, bitter, umami, a hint of acidity, fruity, floral, woody, spices; muscatel, yellow plum, red rose, clove.
The aftertaste is very, very long, goes on and on and on! Slightly astringent, slightly bitter in a fruity way, bright, red chili.
When cooler: sweeter, softer and fruitier, starfruit, yellow plum, muscatel, red pepper, mint.
Much cooler: bitter and fruity: red grapefruit with pepper.
Second brew: 77 C, 6 min
Much paler liquid, rounder, softer, sweeter, a hint of camphor, bees wax, wild honey. Pepper is dominant in aftertaste, followed by mint and mango. This time again an aftertaste that goes on and on: fruity, sweet, bright, refreshing, peppery.
I have tasted the Baraha Gold Tea, with my wife.
Very nice leafs, a golden colour, and the fragrance has a little bit smoke.
The taste is special, mineralic, and also with slightly smoke.
A tea for the winter bringing some warm feelings at home.
Balanced and not harsh if brewed according to instructions. I love it hot with a little steamed oat milk to make a vegan latte
Amazing aroma, delightful taste! Beautifully made to perfection!
Last year I missed out on this tea so I am super excited to be able to taste the 2023 Rose Label Reserve tea. The dry leaf aroma is mouth watering muscatel, warm caramel & a soft floral bouquet. I have tried brewing it multiple ways and each way has offered its own lovely sublime surprise. My favorite infusion style is by following the package reccomendation of western brewing. The flavors in the aroma are all present and well balanced with a touch of pepper hiding in the foreground. There is a sweet cane sugar aftertaste with a soft blush of rose that lingers long after the sip. The floral note seems to bloom, in the middle on the mouth, revealing itself as a rose. In one cup I accidentally over-brewed my steeping time but I was pleased to find that, despite my mistake, there was not even a hint of bitterness or astringency. “Bravo” to Nepal Tea Collective for a spectacular 2023 Rose Label Reserve Tea! It is truly a lovely tasting journey. In this fast pace lifestyle we live in it is nice to have a tea like this where I can relax, take take my time and treasure each sip.
Very light and smooth not unlike my favorite oolong teas.
All the while experiencing sweet, undefinable, buttery flavors
I'm really enjoying all three teas in this bundle. They each have a pronounced and unique expression- the Silver Yeti is kind of buttery! Heads up that Buddha's Potion is more of a white chai than a pure white tea, but that's kind of a rare blend too, and I'm enjoying it.
She said she absolutely loves it and will be buying more of it. I got to sample it at the tea fest and I loved it too.