Wild Thai Black
Organic Black Tea
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Wild Thai Black
Wild Thai Black
Wild Thai Black
Wild Thai Black

Wild Thai Black

With its rich vivacity and robust, malty character, Wild Thai Black offers a far more rustic and adventurous black tea experience than the common (and easily accessed) colonial heritage teas from Assam, Darjeeling, or Ceylon.


80+ Servings
20+ Servings
2+ Servings

Qty:

Wild Thai Black has energy and heft

with aromatic notes of ripe pit fruits,

Bing cherry, hints of graham cracker

and a tinge of cassia

About this tea

Wild Thai Black is an exciting addition to our collection of single-origin black teas. Hailing from a remote mountainous region in northern Thailand, where the growing conditions are truly wild, this ancient forest tea presents an impressive strength and rich flavor. The complex tannic structure and phenolic density of these old roots tea trees provide a bold body and robust ruby red infusion. With its rich vivacity and robust, malty character, Wild Thai Black offers a far more rustic and adventurous black tea experience than the common (and easily accessed) colonial heritage teas from Assam, Darjeeling, or Ceylon.

Ingredients

Organic black tea

Origin

Doi Chiang Dao, Thailand


Caffeine Level

High

Based on a 8oz cup of tea made with suggested steeping method relevant to the tea type. An average cup of coffee contains about 90 – 120 mg / 8oz cup.

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high
Preparation
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Origin

Doi Chiang Dao

Northern Thailand

There are tea growing villages and areas of forest tea all over the Doi Chiang Dao region between Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai in Northern Thailand. Once part of a greater Dai Kingdom that spanned the regions of Burma, Yunnan, and parts of Laos, Northern Thailand is part of a rich history of tea culture that has brought Chinese tea practices and traditions to the area. Home to widespread old growth tea forests, Doi Chiang Dao is an amazing source of oolong, red and Pu’er teas.

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