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Pan-Fired Darjeeling

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Pan-Fired Darjeeling Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510052 $15.10
8 oz 510053 $24.72
Pan-Fired Darjeeling Tea 25 tea bags 510054 $16.34
50 tea bags 510055 $25.55

• A delicate, yet pungent flavor with a bright, green color
In the production of green tea the new leaves are hand plucked and immediately taken to the factory where they are slowly withered to reduce their water content. The leaves are not allowed to ferment and immediately go to the rolling process where the shape of the leaf is achieved. Following this they are pan-fired which locks in the flavor. You can see that these teas are machine rolled since the leaf appearance is somewhat mixed and the final product has not been hand sorted (which would result in whole leaf and buds appearing). The pan-fired tea has more body than the steamed green Darjeeling because during the rolling stage a small amount of fermentation does occur - hence the slightly extra body.

Nagri Farm is a tea estate in the Darjeeling region.Prior to the 1800's Nagri Farm, due to its prominent location where it has a commanding view of the surrounding plains, was a fortified (fort) location with a local garrison. There were occasional skirmishes between local tribes people and "outsiders" from Nepal, Tibet and warring Maharajahs. Later the fort became a dairy farm using the old fort buildings. In the 1880's use of the farm changed when tea was planted - hence the name of the estate.

The estate is divided into 34 sections. Section 1-5 are bushes that were planted prior to 1883 and section 6-12 were replanted in 1883. Sections 13-34 were subsequently planted over the intervening years. Interestingly these old bushes have a very unique shape - almost bonsai like. Despite the fact that these bushes are extremely hardy, the yield is low. The estate covers 286 hectare (726 acres) and the average yield is 600 pounds per acre - compare this to an estate in Assam (called Keyhung with young bushes) which has a yield of 2000 pounds per acre.
ZooScape is proud to be the exclusive distributor of TerraVita teas, herbs and supplements in the United States, Canada and around the world. Please direct all wholesale and bulk inquiries to 1-844-449-0444.
Blake12-12-2017

Good product!

Aga Steuer06-08-2017

Thank You

salwa04-27-2013

Nicest in a long time

Jo02-26-2013

Good Value!

STEPHANIE12-28-2010

wonderful product!

Karen11-16-2005

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Steamed Darjeeling

Product Name Size ZIN Price Quantity Add to Cart
Steamed Darjeeling Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510056 $15.10
8 oz 510057 $24.72
Steamed Darjeeling Tea 25 tea bags 510058 $16.34
50 tea bags 510059 $25.55

• Light liquoring and delicate flavor with muscatel notes
In the production of green tea the new leaves are hand plucked and immediately taken to the factory where they are slowly withered to reduce their water content. They are then steamed to remove more water, followed by rolling which achieves the visual appearance. You can see that these teas are machined rolled since the leaf appearance is somewhat mixed and the final product has not been hand sorted (which would result in whole leaf and buds appearing).

Nagri Farm is a tea estate in the Darjeeling region. Prior to the 1800's Nagri Farm, due to its prominent location where it has a commanding view of the surrounding plains, was a fortified (fort) location where a regional army was stationed. There were occasional skirmishes in regional conflicts between local tribes people and "outsiders" from Nepal, Tibet and warring Maharajahs. Later the fort became a dairy farm using the old fort buildings. Around the 1880's the use of the farm changed when tea was planted - hence the name of the estate.

The estate is divided into 34 sections. Section 1-5 are bushes that were planted prior to 1883 and section 6-12 were replanted in 1883. Sections 13-34 were subsequently planted over the intervening years. Interestingly these old bushes have a very unique shape - almost bonsai like. Despite the fact that these bushes are extremely hardy, the yield is low. The estate covers 286 hectare (726 acres) and the average yield is 600 pounds per acre - compare this to an estate in Assam (called Keyhung with young bushes) which has a yield of 2000 pounds per acre.
ZooScape is proud to be the exclusive distributor of TerraVita teas, herbs and supplements in the United States, Canada and around the world. Please direct all wholesale and bulk inquiries to 1-844-449-0444.
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Stephen04-25-2014

Excellent service!

Michael06-30-2012

great service!

Katrina11-18-2011

Thank you

Jarvis07-07-2011

great product!

Darlene11-23-2002

Good product

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