Grown at an altitude of 1500 – 2000 m, this rare white tea has a very light golden cup and provides a unique soft taste with floral notes.
Shambhala, holds significance within Tibetan Buddhism as the hidden kingdom in which resides a vast army ready to vanquish the forces of evil in the ‘final battle’.
Thereafter, Buddha’s teachings and the Dharma will continue to thrive for another 18 centuries.
It is possible that Shambhala acted as the basis for the mythical land Shangri-La, popularised in the novel, later film, Lost Horizon, by James Hilton.
This Nepalese white tea may well have found its way out of the hidden entrance of Shangri-La and become a gift to tea fanatics everywhere.
|Infusion Times||Temp. °C||Tsp. Cup||Tsp. for 1 Lit.|
|Rinse and rest 1 min.
following infusions 45-60 sec.
Allergens Note: Packed in an environment that contains nuts and/or other allergens.