Frontier Organic Nepali Black Tea 1 lb.
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Frontier Co-op Bulk Organic Nepali Black Tea is a deep, reddish-coppery color ideally suited for iced tea or hot tea, such as breakfast tea applications. With sweet, floral aromas this well-balanced tea contains earthy and nutty flavors with a pleasantly dry finish. This black tea comes from the Kanchenjunga Tea Estate and Research Center in a remote, high-altitude region of eastern Nepal. The tea garden resides in the shadow of the 3rd-highest peak in the Himalayas and is the first certified organic tea estate in Nepal. The estate follows a cooperative model that embraces sustainable farming methods, training programs and social and educational programs for farmers, local families and children.