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Buy Green Tea from a good Brand

Welcome to another blog, where we will discuss on the topic “Buy Green Tea from a Good Brand”.  The blog content is broken down into following segments to explain things properly:

What is a good green tea?

Buying Green Tea from a good Brand

What is a good green tea?

Since you are already familiar with green tea, let me explain what a good green tea is. First off, all, to make good green tea, good raw green leaves need to be used. The tea should be a whole leaf (full leaf teas are wonderful). The reason why good green tea should be whole leaf is: Whole leaf teas do not become bitter right away and they contain the crown jewel of tea (which is the young tips). Also, good green teas come from young plants, mostly grown in higher altitude.

While tasting good green tea, they should be earthy but floral as well, at the same time. The color of the liquor should be light bright green but should not be yellowish. When you smell at the aroma of this tea, it should send the grassy/floral notes to your nose. Taste wise, good green tea tastes light vegetal (like raw veggies) and will give you a sweet after taste on your palate.

One example of such a tea is Himalayan Green Tea.


Buying Green Tea from a good Brand

Well, what do you consider a good brand? There are multiple criteria’s that make a tea brand a good brand. In my opinion, a brand which supports the tea farmers and artisans and provides good and affordable tea to the customer is a good brand.

You can consider our company and buy Green Tea from a good Brand. The reason behind this pitch is due to our holistic approach to support Nepali Tea farmers and artisans and providing premium quality teas to the customers at the best price. Learn on how we are supporting small artisans to get organic certified here.

Now that, you know where to buy Green Tea from the good brand, you can check out our collections.

 

 

Authored By:

Bhaskar Dahal

2nd Generation Tea Entrepreneur

Founder and C.E.O, Nepal Hills Tea Inc. 

 

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