Darjeeling Black Teas, India

 

  1. Queen of Darjeeling

    Queen of Darjeeling

    Organic Black Tea

    Home to some of the worlds most famous teas, Darjeeling is revered the world over for producing the 'champagne of black teas'. Sourced direct from the very best tea estates in Darjeeling, this Fairtrade certified special first flush is treasured for its rich golden liquor and distinctive muscatel flavour. With breathtaking views across the majestic Himalayas, Darjeeling is also known as the 'Queen of the Hills', and understandable why Tibetan monks had called this home as far back as 1765.


    "There is no trouble so great or grave that cannot be much diminished by a nice cup of tea."
    Bernard-Paul Heroux More details

  2. Queen of Darjeeling - Limited Edition RED

    Queen of Darjeeling - Limited Edition RED

    Organic Black Tea

    Home to some of the worlds most famous teas, Darjeeling is revered the world over for producing the 'champagne of black teas'. Sourced direct from the very best tea estates in Darjeeling, this Fairtrade certified special first flush is treasured for its rich golden liquor and distinctive muscatel flavour. With breathtaking views across the majestic Himalayas, Darjeeling is also known as the 'Queen of the Hills', and understandable why Tibetan monks had called this home as far back as 1765.


    Now available in the Chateau Rouge Limited Edition RED Tin.


    "There is no trouble so great or grave that cannot be much diminished by a nice cup of tea."

    Bernard-Paul Heroux

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  3. Sikkim Temi

    Sikkim Temi

    Black Tea - First Flush FTGFOP1

    Acclaimed as one of the best tea producers in India, the Temi Tea Garden is the only estate in the tiny Himalayan kingdom of Sikkim, and teas are rarely exported. It produces rare high-grown teas, similar to neighbouring Darjeeling, but from distinctly younger bushes. The gorgeous looking leaves deliver a refined golden liquor with hints of ripe fruits.


    "There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea"
    Henry James, The Portrait of a Lady More details