In the 1880s the Nagri Farm a former dairy farm in Darjeeling began to grow tea. Its tea bushes today are unique in shape, they are similar in look to a bonsai tree with their twisted trunks. Although the tea bushes are hardy they actually have a low, yearly yield but their pan fired teas are a delight. When the tea is handpicked, it is taken back to the factory and allowed to wither slightly before being rolled to create a shape and then pan-fired to lock in its unique flavour profile. We think you’ll agree it’s a green tea to savour.
Origin: India (Darjeeling)
Ingredients: Pan Fried Green Tea
Preparation: 1 heaped tsp, add 90’ water & leave for up to 2 minutes