This tea leaves a lovely floral touch that perfectly rounds off its elegant and gentle nature, creating a drink that's both bright and soothing, complete with that signature musky sweetness.

Darjeeling Tea, the crown jewel of Indian teas, thrives in the Himalayan foothills. Its leaves are a pretty light brown with olive green spots. When brewed, they turn into an olive blend with hints of coppery brown, giving off a wonderful scent and creating a golden orange brew. The floral finish just adds to the tea's elegance and distinct charm.

How to make a perfect brew

  1. Bring the water to a boil
  2. Use 220ml of water per 2.5 grams tea
  3. Steep for 3-5 minutes, and enjoy your tea

About Darjeeling, India

The Gielle Tea Estates are a real highlight in Darjeeling, named after the lovely Gielle stream. These gardens started with carefully chosen China bushes, planted with lots of love and care. What makes them stand out is their amazing spot - they're on these cool, sunny hills that go from 2500 all the way up to 6500 feet above sea level, making them the highest around. Blessed with cool mists, bright sunshine, and the fresh breezes from the Kanchenjunga, this is where the famous taste of genuine Darjeeling tea comes from.

Storage advice

Store the tea in its steel box, and keep in a cool, dark place. It is important, when storing, to keep it away from sources of heat.
If storing in the refrigerator or freezer, pack in small, completely airtight packets or jars. Before use, wait for it to reach room temperature, in order to prevent any condensation. Each defrosted packet should be used within a week after opening.


100% Pure Darjeeling black tea. Packed in Sri Lanka from imported tea.