Manjhee Estate Tea Himalayas Best Loose Leaf Black Tea & How To Make
Manjhee Estate Tea: Sprawled over 65 acres, Manjhee Valley lies in the Kangra region of the Himalayas and has witnessed over 100 years of folk tales. It is named after a shepherd who helped people cross a raging river that flows through the estate. The joyous people who found abundance of employment opportunities named the mighty estate as Manjhee. The infusion is dotted with floral notes that instantly fill up your senses as you sip its pale yellow, light bodied texture and sharpness.
Region: Manjhee Estate in the Kangra region of the Himalayas, India
Tasting Notes: Refreshing floral back note, slightly sharp at first sip that mellows down as you sip
Time of the day: All day
Best paired with: Salads, grilled vegetables, tofu
Availability: Shop Most Popular Variety of Teas at Foodhall THT stores in Mumbai, Delhi, Gurugram and Bengaluru.
Manjhee Estate Tea How To Prepare:-
1. Scoop loose tea leaves to brew:- 1 Tea Spoon
2. Heat fresh filtered water:- 95 °C
3. Pour hot water over tea leaves:- 200 Milliliters
4. Steep close to this time for optimum flavour. Strain & sip:- 3-4 Minutes