This black tea grown near the Himalayas is highly famous. As its name suggests, it comes from the Darjeeling region of India, a place known for its black tea cultivation at an altitude of 4 kilometres. This environment allows the tea to grow in the presence of fresh air and pure water.
Darjeeling tea is of high quality. It has a touch of flowers and is amber in colour. One sip will make you understand why it is called the champagne of black teas.
Ingredients: Organic black tea from the region of Darjeeling, India.
Directions for use per cup (250 ml): 1 teaspoon, temperature 98 degrees Celsius, 3 to 5 minutes.
Theine content: High