Al;lanK, I apologize for not responding to your ? in December. I did not see it until now when returning to this thread to praise Himalayan Orange a black tea of Jun Chiyabari. Before I wrote about tea from Nepal that I had shipped by buddhatea. I recommend the vendor for honesty, service, etc., but you should know that the prices I mentioned did not include shipping cost which for a small quantity can cost you > the tea. Buddhatea sells one white tea (praise posted not long ago on white tea thread) which is my favorite tea from them.
From Nepal I just received a huge amount of the Himalayan Orange, which I got to try this & an oolong from Jun Chiyabari through the hospitality of Teadoff in April & just could not forget. Recently, on a thread about the frustration of importing costs & delays, I over-emphasized this tea's subtleness. Drinking it now, I don't know if calling it subtle is the right. The tea does not hit too hard, but one immediately catches quite a lot of flavor & aroma, stronger than I remembered. Fortunately, that flavor & aroma does not come w/ the excessive pungency & astringency that these type of teas usually deliver; moreover, flavors linger in the back of the mouth, perhaps actually coating... I do know that I am now tasting the tea, 20 minutes after I drank it. I get 2 wonderful infusions & a third pleasant but weak infusion.