Temi (Sikkim), the only plantation in Sikim, a small Indian state located on the foothills of the Himalayas, close to Nepal, at an altiude of 7000 feet. This young plantation, only 30 years old, produces an exceptional tea from Darjeeling hybrids, from its neighboring state. The high altitude climate and difficult growing conditions slow down growth and make the quantity limited.
Harvested in spring, the young whole leaves with multiple golden buds, give a magnificent liqueur. Its flowery freshness and muscat shades are reminiscent of its cousin from Darjeeling but a little more full-bodied. Taste of ripe fruit.