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Darjeeling

A selection of the best cultivars and harvests from the most exclusive Darjeeling Estates, freshly imported from direct sourcing.

FIRST FLUSH

Only the tender leaves and white buds of the first harvest are used for our first flush (first harvest) teas. Combined with light oxidation, this allows the tea to retain an incomparable freshness, as well as full-bodied hazelnut aromas and elegant floral notes - the champagne of Darjeelings!
  1. Premium 91 P.

    Steinthal Estate

    €10.90

    100g

    €10.90 / 100g

  2. Super Premium 96 P.

    Glenburn Estate

    €15.90

    80g

    €19.88 / 100g

  3. Super Premium 97 P.

    Ambootia Estate

    €19.90

    80g

    €24.88 / 100g

SECOND FLUSH

Carefully selected from the finest leaves of the second harvest from April to June, allowing for a full-bodied flavour with strong walnut notes and a dried fruit sweetness.
  1. Premium Grade 90 P.

    €9.90

    100g

    €9.90 / 100g

  2. Super Premium 97 P.

    €21.90

    100g

    €21.90 / 100g

  3. €14.90

    50g

    €29.80 / 100g

White Darjeeling

Highly aromatic white tea from the best tea gardens in Darjeeling. The long, gentle drying of the leaves and the special terroir give rise to elegant, perfectly balanced teas of the highest order.

EARL GREY DARJEELING

The British classic, with pure organic bergamot oil (bergapten-free) for an intense yet natural aroma. Available as a Lady Orange tea, with certified organic orange oil from Italy. Sourced directly from the tea farm and laboratory tested.
  1. Super Premium 95 P.

    Seeyok Estate

    €11.90

    100g

    €11.90 / 100g

  2. €12.90

    100g

    €12.90 / 100g

AYURVEDA DARJEELING

Organic first and second flush Darjeeling teas from renowned estates, blended with organic turmeric and organic tulsi. Also available in the form of a classic chai, blended with traditional Indian spices.

Top Deals

  1. Singbulli Estate

    €9.73 €13.90

    80g

    €12.16 / 100g

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