An exclusive tea from the Himalayas
It is clear that the Himalayas is one of the highest bastions of tea. And there, of course, some select varieties appear, which grow in very particular regions. This variant of white tea, called “Emperor Snow Flakes,” is the case.
Have you ever heard of the Emperor’s snowflakes tea? This variety of white tea produced in the Himalayas is one of the most precious infusions that exist in the whole world. It is super limited quantities, and tea experts go crazy to try it. Do not miss to know more about this majestic infusion!
How do you get it?
It is produced directly in the Himalayan region and very particular areas. It is considered one of the rare white tea in the world and its process, in other words, is meticulous and highly artisanal.
But this is not the end of the thing. It is organic, biodynamic and also fair trade. What is said: “Straight from the plant to your cup.” Amazing.
What aroma and taste characteristics do you have?
It is a unique tea, soft, with the pale but clear hue that brings all white tea. Floral notes, captivating aromas, earthy touches and as Muscatel grape is left to hover at times in this merely magical infusion.
Oh! Did I mention that this is one of the rare white tea in the world? It costs quite expensive (in England you get to sell up to 4000 dollars a kilo), is rich in antioxidants and also has an exciting rush of caffeine, as usually happens in this variant.
How do you prepare?
With the best water available at about 80 degrees Celsius. Repósalo for 3-4 minutes and then serve. More to say, this tea is drunk alone: it would be sacrilege to add anything.
What time of day does it serve?
Without a doubt, for a special occasion. A cup of this tea can cost you about $20, so imagine it’s not for drinking all day or all the time. But, admittedly, a connoisseur will know how to find the time to enjoy this infusion merely unique in the world.