Discover Teas from the Tea Estates in Darjeeling
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A premium 2nd flush Darjeeling tea from the top quality range at the Castleton estate. Castleton, as one of the top estates in Darjeeling, consistently produce excellent teas that are considered among the rarest and most prestigious of black teas. This...

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Classic Royal Blend certainly lives up to its name. A tea at home in any Royal Household claims this status by combining a 2nd Flush Darjeeling picked in June, with a 1st Flush Assam harvested in April and a peak of season Ceylon from January - February...

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A distinctive 'muscatel' flavour, with hints of blackcurrants create an almost wine like taste. Often compared to the taste and fragrance of Muscat grape, Margaret's Hope makes a wonderful afternoon tea - great with scones and raspberry preserve!...

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Mim is grown in the Darjeeling area of Northern India. At such high altitudes, the tea bushes grow slowly and so production is limited, and thus these teas attract a higher value. Plucked during June when the 2nd flush growing season is at its peak, this...

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Hand plucked, the Darjeeling tea leaves are allowed to wither slowly to reduce their water content. After this process, they are then subjected to steam whereby even more water is then removed. Machine rolled, the leaves are then left to dry and produce...

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A superb example of a 1st Flush Darjeeling brimming with the characteristic muscatel flavour. Grown in full view of the Himalayan Mountains, the Soom estate provides not just employment for over 700 people, but also provides housing, food and medical...

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Tukdah tea estate employs over 800 people who are all well cared for with free housing, schooling, hospital care and places of worship. Situated high in the hills, the estate produces over 200 metric tons of finished tea each year to a very high standard...