Sikkim Second Flush Bermiok
The Bermiok garden, located in a village in the state of Sikkim in India, offers us an exclusive Second Flush black tea. On the outskirts of the Himalayas, this young terroir is cultivated by a local family following biodynamic principles. They have quickly built up an expertise that will leave no tea lover indifferent.
This summer harvest of fine leaves and buds is presented in a beautiful twisted style. The infusion opens with frank woody notes and progresses to an enveloping sweet sensation that reminds us of coffee, followed by a long floral finish of magnolias.
A seductive tea with a complex aroma. Not to be missed, as quantities are very limited!
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Portrait: Bermiok Tea Garden
The small Indian State of Sikkim lies just north of the Darjeeling region in the Indian Himalaya. Until recently Sikkim had only one tea garden called Temi which was established in 1969 as a
The small Indian State of Sikkim lies just north of the Darjeeling region in the Indian Himalaya.