ORIGINAL FOR RECIPIENT
Organic Himalayan Green Tea (Certified Organic)
Each box contains 15 tea bags.
Flavour profile: Mellow, complex, sweet with vegetal notes
Brewing recipe: Steep for 2-3 minutes in water heated to 80-90 degrees C. Please do not use boiling water.
A pure, certified organic fresh green tea from the iconic Darjeeling region facing the mighty Himalayan peaks, this master blend is a mellow, light liquoring tea with lots of anti-oxidants. This tea is from four sprawling tea gardens that neighbour each other, all of whom are known for their high quality farming processes and all of whom have their organic certifications.
Okayti Tea Estate : Located in the blissful Mirik Valley in Darjeeling district, this scenic estate was established in the 1870s and is one of the oldest tea estates in the region. Also known by its local name ‘Rangdoo’, the estate spans over a total area of 647.49 hectares out of which 208.82 hectares in under cultivation. Owned and run by the Khumbat Family, the garden produces the best orthodox First Flush and Second Flush Darjeeling black teas, and select varieties of green and white teas. Located very close to the Indo-Nepal border, this estate offers picturesque views of the Mechi River and its surrounding habitat.
Arya Estate : First established by Buddhist monks who arrived in the late 1700s, the Arya Tea Estate was started in the year 1885 and is spread across 125 hectares. The renowned spiritual tea garden produces 70 tonnes of tea annually and is revered for signature varieties of black tea (orthodox), delicate green teas, and white teas.
Barnesbeg : Also known as Barnes' Garden, this is one of the most picturesque gardens located in the Lebong Valley in Darjeeling with breathtaking views of Mt. Kanchenjunga. Barnesbeg has an average elevation of 300-1260 metres and has an impressive 130 hectares of cultivation area. The prized reputation of Barnesbeg's Green Teas precedes that of its regal black teas.
Selim Hill : Located in the cozy and scenic town of Kurseong, some 30 kilometres from Darjeeling, the Selim Hill Tea Estate is 150 years old and was established in the 1870s. Perched on a slope with varying elevations that go up to 3500 ft, this estate has a cultivation area of 170 hectares.