Black tea from Guranse, first flush, controlled production and product
The plantations of Guranse, east of Nepal, are located at an altitude of 1000 m to 2200 m above sea level, in picturesque spaces spanning 290 hectares, in the eastern part of the region of Dhankuta, making it one of the highest tea plantations in the world. The property is ideally located for the production of tea and gives a tea to the rich aromas of "Muscat" (name derived from the grape variety whose fragrance reminds certain types of tea) with excellent aromas and unique taste.
Guranse's property is one of the few plantations in Nepal that is certified for its organic products by several organizations, including the National Association for Sustainable Agriculture (National Association for Sustainable Agriculture), a biological certification body established in Australia.
This organic black tea is very tasty and fragrant as it originated from the first harvest (March-April), when the tea leaves are light green and very supple. The resulting infusion is very much sought after for its very rich aroma.