A Walk in the Clouds, where your favorite drink comes from.
The aroma and the bright liquor of these teas, plus their fine, subtle and slightly fruity flavor gives a sense of spirituality of begin with the nature - the Himalayas, because geographically tea plantations of Nepal is situated in the Himalayan foothills. Brushed by the same thick clouds but with cooler mountain air and cleaned by the same rain.
It is said that the flavor and quality of tea are determined by a number of factors such as climate, elevation, the bush soil and even the air that the bushes breathe. All these special high points emanate from Nepal’s Himalayan region, which produces nothing but the very best. A place where the earth is rich and yielding, where moist laden air floats by and stroll in the garden is like a walk in the clouds.
The High grown plantation area is located in the six Himalayan districts of Nepal llam, Terathum, Dhankuta, Panchthar, Sankhuwasabha and Sindhupalchok. The tea bushes belong to the Chinary type or china species hybrid and the gardens are situated at an elevation ranging from 1500 to 2500m above the level producing some of the most exquisite tea in the world.
The area is embellished with an almost endless vista of lush green tea gardens amidst scenery that simply takes one breadth away. A thick white fog alternately descends to veil the gardens and then suddenly vanishes which leaves you wondering if there is any place on earth where gods come down to play hide and seek, this must be it! No wonder that growing in these mystical and romantic surroundings, tea from these levels tastes like the sweetest dew from heaven.