This Assam loose leaf black tea comes from a plantation situated in the district of Dibrugarh on the north bank of the Brahmaputra which has been producing very fine, aromatic orthodox and CTC teas for many years……………
Hunwal estate is in Jorhat, Assam, south of the river Brahmaputra on an altitude of up to 1.000 m, which is untypical of Assam. The resulting cooler temperatures guarantee very rich and strong qualities due to the slow growth.
Probably the best known flavour for tea is produced from citrus fruits similar to oranges which come from southern regions. The aroma here is presented in a particularly special manner, using the finest Yunnan as a base.
Blue Moon is a composition of Chinese black tea from the province of Yunnan infused with cornflower petals. The Yunnan region of China is world renowned for its tea gardens which cover a huge area of the province and employ thousands of workers.
This loose leaf orange pekoe black tea is from the tea garden Sarnia. A well processed tea with a reddish, slightly open, fleshy leaf. The taste is aromatic, soft and round and is a valuable addition to any Ceylon assortment.
This classic chinese tea was first produced in the late 19th century.Production of this tea requires great craftsmanship and precision in the production process to thin, tightly curled leaves do not break.
Singell is one of the oldest tea plantations among the approximately 70 tea gardens in Darjeeling. The plantation, which was originally called Steinthal, has been producing teas from controlled organic cultivation since the mid eighties.
This tea comes from a small tea plantation, located near the Nepalese border in Darjeeling, West Bengal. It offers flowery and rather soft teas thanks to its high portion of Sinensis leaves growing at altitudes of up to 1,848 m
In remembrance of his early deceased daughter,Margaret, who loved this garden very much, the proprietor Mr Bagdon gave her name to the plantation - early 1930's. Almost exclusively plants of Chinese Thea Sinensis are cultivated