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Black tea Pyramids
Indian black tea from the Assam region. It is grown in the Assam Valley south of the Brahmaputra River, which is one of the largest certified bio-zones. It has a harmonious taste and a strong aroma.
Tea from the Dimbula meadow, located at 2000 meters above sea level. The infusion is distinguished by its reddish color and light lemon aroma.
Georgian twisted black tea produced in the ecologically clean region of Guria. Made from hand-picked raw materials according to modern standards.
"Happy Valley" complex is located 3 km from Darjeeling. The tea plantation, located at an altitude of 2,750 m above sea level, is spread over 111 hectares. From April to November, visitors have the opportunity to observe the process of tea picking and processing. Teamania offers premium quality, first and second harvest Indian tea blends from the Darjeeling region, distinguished by their bold color and taste.
Lapsang Sushong is a special Chinese black tea from Fujian province that dates back to the 17th century. Carefully selected tea leaves are dried in the sun and placed in a basket for fermentation. The process is carried out close to the fire until the leaves completely lose the taste of grass. After that, the tea leaves are dried in a pine kiln which gives it a smoky aroma. Preparation method: add 1 teaspoon to 200-300 ml of water and let it stand for 8-10 minutes. It is preferable to prepare Lapsang Sushong in a clay pot.
Mangalam is a premium black Indian tea from the Assam region. Tea Plantation at Manjushri As a result of achieving excellent results, in 1973 the owners decided to build another tea plantation which was named Mangalam Tea Estate. "Mangalam" consists of gently processed whole tea leaves and a large amount of gold tips. It has a rich aroma and a dark amber color. Mangalam is one of Teamania's best-selling teas for 16 years now!!
A second harvest tea from the Darjeeling region. It is distinguished by its aromatic sweet taste and amber tint.
A rare variety of tea from Nepal. Black tea from the Himalayan homeland, with light notes of cocoa and caramel.