Sumac Berry Tea - Dweller Teas

Origin: Manipur, India

By Dweller

Rs. 2,945.76
Size: 1 Kg

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Sustainably produced in Imphal, Manipur in North East India by Dweller teas this handmade ground orthodox black tea is hand blended with sustainably grown sumac berry, locally grown and sourced from the hills of Manipur. This premium rare tea infusion is deep in tangy and refreshing citrusy flavors. Can be enjoyed hot and cold.

This infusion is ethically produced by Dweller Teas.
Dweller Teas indigenous infusions and teas are blended with fresh products sourced directly from small growers in Manipur.


Plain | Sugar | Honey


Sumac Berry (Rhus Chinensis), Black CTC Tea

Shelf Life

18 Months

Organic Certification


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Naturally Organic
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Hand crafted
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Limited Volume
Shipped Globally

Brewing Guide

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90°- 95°
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Are all Ingredients Organic Certified?

Our small tea farmers cultivate organically and follow sustainable farming techniques since decades, but many of them don't have an organic certificate due to the high cost of certification.

How many times can we steep the leaves?

You can re-steep the leaves 2-3 times. Although the taste profile will gradually change with each infusion.

Can we boil the leaves?

No. Please do not boil the tea leaves either in water or milk, except for the Ground Orthodox Milk Tea.

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