This tea is grown in the sunny northern plantations of Nepal during the second flowering. The tea has a light golden color, which is very pleasing to the eye. Note Himalayan musk make this tea a real king of the Himalayas. Studies show that this tea contains many antioxidants that help fight against aging and heart disease. It little caffeine. Pure and natural, this tea contains more antioxidants than many other teas.

Method of preparation:

1. If it is possible, use spring water or well filtered water, because teast of tea depend upon quality of water.
2. Rinse the teapot with hot water
3. Pour one teaspoon (2 – 3 gm) of tea per 200 ml of water (for 1 person)
4. First, you boil water and let it cools up to 90 - 95 C0, then pour the water in kettle.
5. If you use the brewing water temperature over 100 C0 - tea becomes strong, shows little bitterness.
6. Brew for 2-3 minutes.
7. Then pour in a cup and enjoy the great taste of the Himalayan tea.
8. It can be brewed several times, gradually increasing the time of infusion.
9. Keep the tea in a dry, protected from light and away from food with a strong smell.

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