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Temi, the only plantation in Sikim, a small Indian state located in the foothills of the Himalayas, near Nepal, at an altitude of 7,000 feet. This young plantation, only 30 years old, produces an exceptional tea from hybrids of Darjeeling, its neighbor. The high altitude climate and difficult growing conditions slow down growth and cause the quantity to be limited.

Harvested in spring, the young whole leaves with multiple golden buds give a magnificent liquor.

Its flowery freshness and nuances of Muscat recall its cousin from Darjeeling but a little more full-bodied with the taste of ripe fruit.