We manufacture and source Handmade Luxurious Rugs and Carpets made by Nepalese Artisans.
Types of Rugs:
1. Hand Knotted (Best quality)
2. Hand Tufted
3. Flat Weave
Materials Used: New Zealand Wool, Tibetan Wool, Silk, etc
Knots: 60, 80, 100, and 150 knots
Sizes: Can customize size according to buyers requirements
Designs: Can customize according to the buyers' requirements (We have our own designs too)
The spring and summer pickings of Illam is very popular for their special White Teas. Only the subtle and clean buds with an unopened leaf are harvested, while the white tea is processed. The picking time is meticulously monitored as the glistening buds need to acquire enough pubescence (hairs).
A stylish form of white tea- the silver tips are also called silver needles worldwide. Its appearance is attractive as it is comprised only of buds. The bud of a tea leaf contains the maximum quantity of catechins and flavonols that is why these teas are sought after.
The chunky Golden tip is a very complex tea because it is long oxidized, naturally dried for several hours, and then fired. Although, the dry leaves are impressively aggressive the cup or the liquor is mild and utterly alluring aromas of- Peach, plum, and berries linger like the Himalayan monsoons.
When tea began in Illam, farmers almost experimented with the art of tea making in several methods that ran through their minds. Teas were sun-dried hand-rolled and again sun-dried; this led to experimenting with a lot of volatile compounds that exist in Tea. Although unaware of the fact that they were actually making Oolongs of different degrees the farmers methodized the art of full oxidized Oolongs.
Available in Broken Leaf, Fanning, and Dust varieties mostly used for Teabags
Coffee has been grown in Nepal and sub-continent for hundreds of years. Many of the present tea plantations first planted coffee. Tea was the natural choice since it is resistant to the rust disease. In the 1980’s coffee was replanted in the Terai and the hill regions of Nepal.