The history of Georgian tea is about 170 years old. Nagomari is a village in the Guria region in western Georgia. This is one of the most northern tea-growing regions in the world with the perfect climate for growing high-quality tea leaves. This village was one of the most common tea-producing areas in Georgia during the Soviet Union times and there have been a lot of old plantations since. The special Kimin cultivar, unique climate, and special soil, as well as the handmade process, make this tea a brilliant example of what Georgian tea can offer to the world's tea community.
Tea leaves have a sweet aroma with bakery notes. Hints of baked sugar, cinnamon, and freshly baked dough remind us of Taiwanese red tea. The taste is deep, sweet, and full-bodied with notes of caramel and dried apples. Great tea with powerful energy. Long-lasting aftertaste.