Doke Black Fusion Tippy

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Bright, smooth with notes of sweet hay and malt, and an enduring finish of honey. Of the Assamica cultivar, this tea is hand-picked and hand-rolled.

Doke Tea Estate is located on the Doke River, in the Bihar District of northeast India, near the border of Nepal. It is sometimes called ‘The Land of Buddha’, as Gautama Buddha spent much of his life teaching and seeking enlightenment there.

Package Size – 125g

$26.00

Vendor Information

  • Store Name: Tea Trader
  • Vendor: Ted Jones
  • Address: 1902, 11th Street SE
    Calgary AB T2G 3G2

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