Rare tea picked every 108 years on a full moon night in June

02/12/2014

Rare tea picked every 108 years on a full moon night in June between midnight and 3am goes on sale in UK ... but a jar making just 10 cups will set you back £50

It's been described as the Holy Grail for tea connoisseurs - and a cup will set you back £5.
The pricey brew comes from India's Darjeeling Makaibari Tea Estate and there are only 420 jars of the rare tea on sale in the country.
Moonlight Silver Tip's tea-leaves are harvested between midnight and 3am once every 108 years on a full-moon night in June. And each £50 12g jar makes just ten cups of tea.

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Rare tea picked every 108 years on a full moon night in June



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