OKAYTI ROASTED

    Okayti is among the highest tea gardens in India. Here, the rigors of elevation combined with organic farming practices have led to some of the most delicate Darjeelings being produced each season. And this year too, their spring black tea lives up to the expectations. It tastes fresh, feels incredibly smooth and well-balanced; all that we've grown to love in the teas from Okayti.

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    Product NamePriceQty
    OKAYTI ROASTED-250 gm | 125 Cups
    ₹277.00
    OKAYTI ROSTED-100 gm | 50 cups
    ₹91.00
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    Product Description

    About the Tea Garden
    This 150 years old plantation is one of the most picturesque estates in Darjeeling. Initially named Rangdoo, teas from this estate were so highly acclaimed at London auctions that they came to be called as ‘the only okay tea’ and subsequently the estate was named Okayti. The soil and unique climatic conditions of this plantation produces teas of subtle delicacy. Okayti teas were served as exclusivity at Buckingham palace and to most of the globally famous tea lovers of the time like Queen Elizabeth, Jawarlal Nehru and Nikita Krushchev
    Liquor
    Aroma:
    Mellow note of nuts, some dried fruit, amaryllis flower, hint of cream and a touch of green.
    Taste:
    The liquor tastes slightly toasty, nutty, and tree fruit-like. And although the flavors feel muddled they are incredibly soft and flow easily throughout the palate.
    Complements:
    Best enjoyed on its own or with a light snack.
    Dry Leaf
    Aroma
    Loose notes of coriander seed, garden flowers, and nuts.
    Appearance
    Mix of loosely-rolled, blackish-green leaves, pale green buds and green flakes.
     
    Infusion
    Aroma
    Vegetal and fresh.
    Appearance
    Olive green with coppery hues.
    Steeping Instructions
    Hot
    180 ml
    85-90 °C
    2 tsp / 2 g
    3-4 mins
    Storage Instructions

    Protect your investment (and your palate) by storing your fine, loose leaf tea in a proper tea container. Tea needs to be kept away from heat, light, air, and moisture.  The best way to store tea is at room temperature in an airtight tea canister. Unlike coffee, you cannot wrap up tea and put it in the freezer. Tea will lose its flavor and scent quickly if stored in fancy, purely decorative tea containers or kept near a heat source, such as a stove or next to the toaster in your kitchen.

    Our airtight double walled stainless steel tea tins are the perfect tea storage container to keep your teas fresh for up to a year.

    Recommended Steeps:
    One
    Caffeine:
    Medium
     
    Season:
    Spring Flush
    Best Consumed:
    Hot
     
    Suggested Condiments:
    Plain, sugar, lemon or honey
    Best time of the day:
    Afternoon
    sku: CCBTDJ021
    grade: FTGFOP1
    invoice: DJ353
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    Manufacturer Info
    Aman Tea Distributors Pvt. Ltd, Bhutki More, Jalpaiguri-735135 West Bengal, India.
     
    Marketing Office
    Aman Tea Distributors Pvt. Ltd, Mia Garage Building, 2nd Floor, Hill Cart Road, Siliguri(Darjeeling)-734001 West Bengal, India.

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