Rare Himalayan Ginger
Rare Himalayan Ginger
Rare Himalayan Ginger
Rare Himalayan Ginger

Rare Himalayan Ginger

2 reviews
Regular price $15.99

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High in the Indian Himalayas, between Nepal and Bhutan, lies the secret region of Sikkim.

The high altitude combined with organic and traditional practices in cultivation result in a ginger with a deeply intense and rounded character that is the very best we have found after an extensive search across the globe.

The ginger is not powdered but cut into fine pieces.

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RR
10 September 2021
Richard R.
United States United States

This ginger snaps!

Really excellent ginger, aromatic, full-bodied and delicious. Besides having it solo as an after dinner tonic tea, I have been putting a pinch into my Golden Chai to heat it up. Last but definitely not least, it makes a wonderful cold-weather cocktail: make a strong ginger tea with lemon and honey and add whiskey or brandy, good hot or cold.

LB
03 July 2021
LaShell B.
United States United States

Less is best

Two of my favorites, ginger & lemongrass, unite for a delicious afternoon steep. I typically reserve this for the evening steep, but love it to relax. The aromatic effects after steeping are invigorating but soothing. Lemongrass takes center stage. The first sip yields a lemon drop flavor but if you allow it to linger a on the palate, a hint of spice from the ginger greets you kindly. On the resteep the lemongrass takes a back seat and the ginger spices things up just a bit. This tisane is so good, I jumped at the opportuniTEA to order more from Rare Tea Company in this beautiful tin. See the steep in action here https://www.instagram.com/reel/CJZCN0MAxBT/?utm_medium=copy_link

Uses

A pinch of this remarkable ginger in your black tea adds some spicy warmth. We particularly recommend it with Lost Malawi if you take your tea with milk, or Second Flush Sikkim if you enjoy your tea as it is.

This ginger can also be infused into hot milk or drinking chocolate.

And, of course, it makes an excellent ingredient for cooking. It adds a deeper and fresher taste of ginger than the powdered versions, and gives a superb zing to cakes.

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