Oolong Tea - Dhiren Phukan

Verified Sustainable

Origin: Assam


$163.00
Size: 1 Kg

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15-20 working days

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Traditionally hand-made by tea artisan Dhiren Phukan, this premium loose leaf Oolong tea is a rare variety symbol of the talent of the tea artisan producing it.
Carefully hand plucked from 27 years old tea trees located in the Dhowapather in Dibrugarh, Assam, India, the dried tea leaves reveal a beautiful gold like colour when infused, unveiling unique and complex summery floral aromas.

This refined tea is ethically produced by Dhiren Phukan in his sustainable garden. Dhiren Phukani tea trees are aged between 27 years, Rana Gogoi has been handcrafting teas for the past 27 years.

 

 

Condiments:
Plain | Sugar | Honey | Lemon

Ingredients

Whole Leaf Oolong Tea

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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