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Sikkim FTGFOP1 Temi Second Flush - Black Tea
  • Sikkim FTGFOP1 Temi Second Flush - Black Tea
  • Sikkim FTGFOP1 Temi Second Flush - Black Tea

Sikkim FTGFOP1 Temi Second Flush

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This black tea comes from the region of East Sikkim, North India, north of Darjeerling, located in the Himalayas. The tea contains many tips (youngest tea leaf) and has a floral and sweet taste.


The Temi garden is the only tea garden in Sikkim and is known as one of the best tea gardens in India. Located on Tendong ridge, the tea grows in a tropical climate. This tea is picked in late summer (second flush).

This Sikkim tea has been given the rating TGFOP1, which is an abbreviation of 'Finest Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe - grade # 1'. This means that the highest quality tea leaves are used for this tea.

The global tea industry uses its own system to determine the quality of tea. In general, the younger and smaller the tea leaves, the better the quality.

Sikkim FTGFOP1 SF 50
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Data sheet

Gluten free
Country of origin
Black tea
Amount of tea per cup
1 - 2 tea spoons
Indication brewing time
2 - 3 minutes
Temperature water
90 ºC - 100 ºC (194 °F - 212 °F)
Organically grown?
Malty, strong
Color infusion
Time of day
In the afternoon / In the evening

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