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Organic Darjeeling Tea
organic darjeeling tea


Tracing its origin from the slopes of the Himalayas, Organic Darjeeling tea is considered one of the best black teas in India and in the world. The golden orange beverage tea leaves are grown in the gardens of hilly Darjeeling. It has a light, delicate flavor and aroma when brewed. Before being ready to use Darjeeling tea leaves are rolled and then oxidized. The leaves are rich in various bioactive compounds that have significant health benefits.

(Organic Estate Black Tea,2nd flush)
Country of Origin: India
Region: Darjeeling
Shipping Port: Calcutta
Grade: TGFOP (Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe)
Altitude: 6800 feet above sea level
Manufacture Type: Orthodox
Organic Credentials: Certified Organic by QMI Organic Inc.

Price: $13.99

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Darjeeling tea is a black tea grown at the foot of the Himalayas, in the Darjeeling region of northern India. Organic Darjeeling black tea is made up of the finest organic Darjeeling tea leaves which are chosen seasonally for its floral, sweet and enduring finish. It is the lustrous black tea known for its floral notes and a vigorous finish. Organic Darjeeling is a delicate golden-colored, robust tea with floral characteristics, aroma of nuts and butter and a sweet lasting finish. Popular as the champagne of teas, this amazingly effective tea embodies the spirit of the Himalayas. Darjeeling black tea is regarded as one of the best black teas not only in India but also in the world. Marked by its twisted downy shoots, the tea leaves range from green-chestnut to dark chestnut brown in color. Darjeeling black tea is not fully oxidized. When brewed and steeped, it gives a light-colored brew with a floral aroma. It has an astringent and a little musky flavor that gives a cooling aftertaste.

Tea plantation in the steeply sloping gardens of hilly Darjeeling began in 1841 by Sir Arthur Campbell, a civil surgeon of the Indian Medical Services. He was transferred to Darjeeling from Kathmandu in 1839. In 1841, he brought seeds of the Chinese tea plant popularly known as Camellia sinensis and started experimenting with tea plantation in Darjeeling. The British government established tea nurseries during the period of 1847. Later on in 1856, the Alubari tea garden was opened by the Kurseong and Darjeeling Tea Company.

How it works:

It is a luscious and refined tea that can be sipped and enjoyed at any time of day. This supple tea goes well with spicy and nutty food and served alongside creamy cheese and fresh fruit. It is famous for its unique nutty flavor. This is the reason why it is considered as the Champagne of teas.


As it contains caffeine, it helps in boosting metabolism. It keeps you hydrated and protects from constipation or diarrhea.

It also helps in weight loss by breaking down food faster and takes less time to absorb fatty elements in food thereby helping you in the weight loss.

It consists of antioxidants that help in strengthening the heart by lowering cholesterol levels that may lead to the buildup of plaque in blood vessels that prevents the clogging of blood vessels and thereby helps in reducing the risk of cardiovascular problems such as heart attacks and strokes.

Antioxidants help in boosting the immune system and building up a shield against environmental threats that may causes harm at the cellular level and thereby helps in reducing the risk of certain types of cancer and tumor growth.

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