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[Quality Season 2022] Dimbula

[Quality Season 2022] Dimbula

Regular price ¥1,400 JPY
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As soon as you pour hot water, the flowery scent spreads. The water color is bright reddish orange. The freshness of Dimbura's young leaves envelops the flavor and aroma like a flower blooming. The bitter aftertaste leaves a pleasant aftertaste.

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Internal capacity 100g
tea leaf shape BOP
steaming time 3-4 minutes
how to enjoy black tea, milk tea, blended tea

[DIMBULA dimbura]


The Dimbula region, located in the southwestern part of Sri Lanka's central mountainous region, has tea plantations that stretch from middle grown to high grown at an altitude of 1,200 meters.
In Dimbula, the monsoon that blows from January to February hits the mountainous area and brings dry wind. This season is the quality season, and the tea leaves have a strong astringency and a flowery scent like roses. At other times of the year, the quality of the tea leaves does not change throughout the year, and you can enjoy tea leaves of stable quality with no fluctuations in taste.
Dimbula leaves do not have the strong aroma of Darjeeling tea or the richness of Assam tea. In terms of individuality, it loses out to other tea leaves, but the orthodox taste is the biggest attraction of Dimbula tea.
Refreshing astringency and mild taste that passes through the throat, a slight flowery scent, and a deep red light blue with an orange tint. The taste, aroma, and water color all come together to make it easy to drink, and it is highly popular as a full-bodied black tea.
Enjoy the mild taste of black tea, use it for blended and variation teas, and enjoy the beautiful cream-brown light blue color of milk tea.


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Notice to customers

Thank you very much for your patronage of the tea specialty store Dimbura.
Two years have passed since my father, Takeshi Isobuchi passed away.
"Tea Isobuti Company", which my father founded, and our shop "Tea Specialty Shop Dimbura" have different business owners and have no relationship at all.
Dimbura, a tea specialty store, imports and sells black tea independently following the wishes of my father.
In addition, the name "Isobuchi" has taken on a life of its own, and I am very puzzled by the fact that there are so many products related to black tea.
It seems that there are many similar products on the market, so please be careful.
Best regards