Kanchanjangha Noir | Wholesale

Kanchanjangha Noir | Wholesale

Kanchanjangha Noir | Wholesale

Flavor Notes: Raisin | Cherry | Dark Chocolate
The sweetest of the nuts meets a chocolaty fruit and the world sings the hymns of love.
  • MOQ: 1 KG (2.2 lbs.)
  • USDA Organic, CERES certified
  • In stock, ready to ship
  • Inventory on the way
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Camellia Sinensis

Our classic black tea is made using the same techniques and machines that have been in use for 30 years. The processing method was passed down by a long-time tea maker from Darjeeling to our current factory manager, resulting in a product that is similar to Darjeeling Second Flush. However, Nepali black teas are distinguished by their younger tea bushes, which are around 50 years old compared to the 200-year-old bushes in India. This gives our teas a fresher, more floral flavor. The production of black tea involves four main steps: withering, rolling, oxidation, and drying. During the summer, when the tea bushes are at their peak, leaves are plucked and withered in troughs for several hours or overnight. The rubbery leaves are then rolled to bruise and break the cells, allowing them to react with oxygen. After a period of oxidation, the tea is dried to capture its peak aromas and flavors. The dry tea is then sorted by machine and by hand and packed for distribution. Our products are vouched to be of the highest of quality and are available to be purchased wholesale.

Kanchanjangha Tea Estate and Research Center Pvt. Ltd. (KTERC) is the first certified organic tea garden in Nepal. It was founded in 1984 by Mr. Deepak Prakash Baskota to lift his community out of poverty. KTERC is still a model social enterprise that operates using cooperative infrastructure and prioritizes people and the environment before profit.

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Customer Reviews

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Bob Krul
Black magic

When it comes to body and shape the Nepalese Noir is a great Ambassador for the region and its tea producers. A tightly twisted leaf that unfurls with a relatively light taste, this high mountain beauty shows well, tastes well balanced and stands on its own legs without any help.

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Songbird Kombucha
Consistent Quality and Value

A great value for a quality tea. Very similar to assam black tea, which is what I was using for our kombucha brewing. The tea is fresh and intact, not broken or powdery. Well packed, timely shipping, and great customer service and communication.

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Loren Drake
New Flavor Profile?

Nice tea but not special like last years. The rich body and chocolate notes in last year’s production are missing from this newest batch. Hope it can return in the future

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Patricia Smith
Not what I'm used to from Nepal Tea

For the first time, I'm disappointed in the quality of the tea. Denfintely not what I'm used to from Nepal Tea.

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Joseph Delapp
Kanchanjangha Noir Review

Lovely tea - worth adding to the lineup, especially as the weather starts to cool down

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