Himalayan hand rolled tippy black, a certified organic black tea from the small exclusive tea garden Jun Chiyabari from Nepal. This tea is hand-picked and processed in the autumn of 2015. A well-structured expressive tea, with a nose juniper and exotic flowers, a lingering taste, overall a very attractive tea.
Jun Chiyabari is an organic tea garden, founded in 2001, located in the eastern part of the Himalayan region of Nepal, besides Darjeeling. The philosophy of this high-altitude (1400m-1800m) modern tea garden, is fully focused on quality and a good example of what can offer high-altitude grown tea. Jun Chiyabari is a relatively young tea garden located in the region Hile in Nepal, founded in 2001. The estate is family owned and run by Bachan and Lochan Gyalwali. Apart from having very experienced tea masters and managers from Darjeeling, who have worked in famous gardens as Margaret's Hope, Castleton, Selimbong etc., they also are trained by tea masters from Taiwan and Japan, which leads to innovative tea with a unique ' Nepali character. The tea garden is from the outset certified organic. Besides having its own tea garden they also work together with other tea farmers. They believe in sustainable agriculture with an emphasis on bio-diversity and are committed to organic growing. They also support the local community, farmers, local schools, children and old people's homes. Further they make available interest-free loans for their employees, and schemes that guarantee a good price for tea. In addition, the farmers are of course supported with assistance in all aspects related to the cultivation of tea, the latest developments and trends. All this is managed by a committee made up of workers and management. Through these revenues and giving loans people can also build other livelihoods. Jun Chiyabari a respected name in the community.