The Happy Valley Teas Estate is located approximately 3 km from the city of Darjeeling. At an altitude of up to 2,750 m, this tea garden has a size of 111 hectares. From April to November visitors can watch the tea pluckers.
Various local fruit pieces and berries have been mixed with striking, large and delicately sweet pineapple flakes. The added safflowers, sunflower and cornflower blossoms are quite dazzling. Enjoy hot or cold - you choose!.
This Japanese green tea, which is produced under special conditions, is grown primarily in the Shizuoka District, near the city of Osaka. “Gaba” means gamma amino acid and “long” is taken from “Oolong”.
The Japan Gyokuro Asahi is defined by experts as the best tea in the world, beautiful grass-like dark green leaves have a pungent smell & a hint of sweetness with a fresh, delicate & balanced flavour. Revitalising & energising
Japan Tamaryokucha is very special tea from Kiushu region and well renowned amongst tea connoisseurs as one of the finest teas in the world. The tea flesh is steamed before it is dried so retains all vitamins and polyphenols.
Kaproret is considered one of the best of the Kenyan teas due to its striking, golden brown leaf tips and its orange coloured cup. This loose leaf tea has a strong yet slightly flowery flavour reminiscent of a Chinese Yunnan.
The Korean Joongjak, a rare tea from Jeju Island, certified organic. A willow green infusion with moderate strength, accompanied by a floral flavour which compliments its sea accent with a delicate finish, containing minerals.
This smooth herb tea blend has an expressive flavour composition. The fresh, pleasantly scented flavour of the lemon grass is underlined by the sweetness of the fruit pieces. The added strawberry flavours, with some exotic infl