Ground Orthodox (Dheki) with Special Spices - Nayanjyoti

Verified Sustainable

Origin: Assam


$56.00
Size: 1 Kg

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Grown in a sustainable garden in Moran Assam by tea artisan Nayanjyoti this naturally organic ground orthodox black tea is handpicked and traditionnally handmade with a dheki, this tea is hand blended with masala spices (basil, bay leaves, cloves, black pepper, cinnamon, spicy ginger, fennel and nutmeg) resulting in a tea of premium quality, and deep tasting notes of cardamom warm spices flavors. This tea pairs perfectly with milk and sugar or honey for the ultimate chai.

This tea is ethically produced by Nayanjyoti. Nayanjyoti tea trees are aged between 25 to 45 years, Nayanjyoti has 15 years of experience in handcrafting teas.

Condiments:
Milk | Sugar | Spices | Tapioca

Ingredients

Ground orthodox tea, Basil, Bay leaves, black cardamom, green cardamom, cloves, black pepper, cinnamon, spicy ginger, fennel, nutmeg, salt

Shelf Life

18 months

Organic Certification

no

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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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1-2gms
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90°- 95°
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250ml
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3-5mins

FAQs

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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