Home to some of the worlds most famous teas, Darjeeling is revered the world over for producing the 'champagne of black teas'. Sourced direct from the very best tea estates in Darjeeling, this seasons first flush is treasured for its rich golden liquor and distinctive muscatel flavour. With breathtaking views across the majestic Himalayas, Darjeeling is also known as the 'Queen of the Hills', and understandable why Tibetan monks had called this home as far back as 1765.
Now available in the Chateau Rouge Limited Edition RED Tin .
Perfect for afternoon tea with lighter ginger biscuits and cream cakes. Always best drunk black, but if you do add milk made sure that you don't over infuse your tea when making it stronger.
Ever since Dr Campbell planted the first Chinese tea varieties in 1840, Darjeeling has benefited from its altitude, mountain climate and rich soil to develop into arguably one of the worlds most famous tea growing regions. Fair to say, Darjeeling teas are now recognised the world over and we work very hard to ensure we consistently bring you the best Darjeeling teas of the season.
"There is no trouble so great or grave that cannot be much diminished by a nice cup of tea." - Bernard-Paul Heroux
Comes packed in our limited edition RED tin. All packaging is recyclable and labels printed on FSC approved paper.
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