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Arya Classic Darjeeling First Flush Organic Black Tea
This vegetal delight from one of Darjeeling's best-loved tea gardens is the perfect companion to comfort food. Unlike the lighter floral and vegetal teas of the season, this is an intense flavour worth indulging in. Relish the sweet pea, fresh nuts and guava flavours with an impression of waxy white flowers as well. A surprising baked biscotti flavour enhances the aftertaste.
This tea goes well with croissants, puffed pastries, muffins and buttered toast served with scrambled eggs.
Gopaldhara Darjeeling First Flush Black Tea
This cup of Darjeeling captures the finesse quite like a Zifandel wine. From a light, fruity start to a heady red rose and fresh plum at its heart and a clean melon rind flavour in its finish. The sudden sourness around the centre brought on by the tannins lend an oak-like flavour.
This tea is certainly a light-hearted one to be taken by itself at any time of the day.
A celebrated tea from a much-loved estate in the Himalayas. We suggest two steeps to fully relish it's flavours.
Castleton Premium Darjeeling First Flush Black Tea
A classic tea from one of a revered estate and this tea never fails to impress. A bright tasting, full-bodied tea that is as satiating as it gets. The clean notes of citrus and sweet greens dominate the top of the palate as the brisk tea fills the sense with wonder. From citrus blossom, fresh nuts and apricot jam in the subtle notes to ripe stone fruits and a gentle floral undertone all merged into a consistent green profile. The tea washes down on a light note of watermelon that doesn't linger. The tea is not too sweet in itself, like dried figs. Given the sensory delight that this tea is, it is best taken by itself to start or finish a day.
Longview Highlands Classic Darjeeling First Flush Black Tea
A classic Spring tea of the Darjeeling region, the light amber coloured brew in the cup smells of lily, sweet greens as well as a hint of citrus oil. The tea carries a variety of textures in its taste including coriander, nuts and green vegetables, including a hint of yellow zucchini.
This tea is a lovely add-on for garden salad or a cucumber sandwich taken in the morning or evening.
Organic Himalayan Green Tea
The Himalayan region is blessed with one-of-a-kind soil type and combined with its presence near the Tropic of Cancer and the climatic conditions are ideal for the cultivation of tea. Blessed by the mighty mountains and nurtured by nature, the tea have added natural health benefits which are believed to promote health and well-being.
Green Teas from the Himalayan region, preserve all of the natural goodness in them. Handpicked from only the high-elevation estates, minimally processed to retain the maximum amount of nature's anti-oxidants and flavanoids, this exclusive Green Tea blend comes with 100+ health benefits.
This tea is available in its original loose leaf form which prevents the loss of essential vitamins and minerals lost in processing.
Our experts suggest taking 5 CUPS OF THIS TEA EVERYDAY to find BEST RESULTS & A Remarkable Transformation for YOU!
Singell Darjeeling First Flush Organic Black Tea
The bright olive green infusion is worth relishing as much as this black tea from a well-known Darjeeling estate. Light bright coppery brew starts out on a soft and clean note which turns sweet in the middle, marked by notes of sweet greens, citrus, and oak wood. The cup retains a crisp freshness all through and makes for a classic of the season.
Given how refreshing it is to the palate, it makes for a great cleanser between courses of a rich spread.
Selimbong Exotic Darjeeling First Flush Organic Black Tea
From an estate nestled in the folds of the eastern Himalayas, in Darjeeling, comes this chinary which is sweet, full-bodied, balanced and smooth. This is a high-grade black tea which captures the signature brightness in teas that the estate prides in.
A brisk floral note with a touch of citrus around its edges, starts off the cup which gives way to sweet greens at the base and hints of tree fruit to finish off. A flavourful tea it gives off a woody aroma which complements the amber coloured brew in the cup very well.
The tea is best savoured along with a hearty breakfast spread.