Picked and fabricated in May of 2016 in the Chakvi village (autonomous region of Adjaria). Chakvi is the birthplace of russian tea. At this place the first tsar’s tea gardens were founded in the 19th century.
In the dry form it has long flagella of twisted purple-brown leaves. The aroma of dry tea is delicate, fruity-spicy. The brew has transparent, brown color.
The bouquet of a brewed tea is subtle, warm, fruity and spicy with hints of chocolate, dried apricots and lime. The taste is light, juicy, voluminous, slithering, slightly sweet, with a delicate fruity acidity. Warm, honey-spicy flavor. Refreshing, silky aftertaste.
Brew it with boiling water under 95 ° C in a gaiwan or an adobe clay teapot for red teas. The proportion of tea to water: 6 g per 100 ml. Drink it after a quick brew slowly increasing the exposure. Holds up to 8-9 brews.
Lovely ceremonial tea with delicate flavor and mild warming effect.