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"Beautifully flavoured & aromatic tea. Embellished with real flower and can smell the lavender without even opening the full packaging. Must try this soothing and relaxing, Amazing tea collection."



“Amazing green tea. One of the best I have ever tried. Love the aroma, taste smoothness of the tea. I have been using this for one week and this is really helpful, it gives me sound sleep, means it treats insomnia.


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The most consumed class of tea in the West is red tea, also called black tea. It is a fully oxidised tea which is most likely developed by the Chinese during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) for export to Western markets as it was known to stand up for long journey. Black teas are grown all over the world however in each country it has a unique flavour profile. India and Sri Lanka along with Kenya produce largest quantity of black tea.


They are also called herbal tea’s. They are beverages made from infusion of herbs, spices or other plant materials in hot water. Usually they do not contain caffeine. Herbal teas should not be confused with true tea’s nor with decaffeinated tea in which caffeine has been removed. They can be served hot or cold. The word tisane was rare in its modern sense before the 20th century.


Green Tea is the purest form of tea which is very minimally altered. A pale tea made from the dried leaves that have not undergone any chemical process or fermentation. The origin of green tea is in China although now many countries in Asia have started producing & processing it. It is produced in subtropical regions at a very specific time during warm months of the year. The quality of the leaf depends on the number of harvests and the time of the year in which the pluck occurs. Green tea is said to be the best beverage after water.


Oolong is a traditional semi-oxidized Chinese tea produced through a process including withering the plant under strong sun and oxidation before curling and twisting. Teas of fine quality, involve unique tea plant cultivars that are exclusively used for particular varieties. The varying degree of oxidation can range from 8–85%. Oolong tea can be sweet and fruity with honey aromas, or woody and thick with roasted aromas, or green and fresh with complex aromas, all depending on the horticulture and style of production.


China’s Fujian Province is the home of authentic white tea. Once White Tea came into production in the late 1700’s (mid- Qing dynasty 1644-1911) it was leaf rather than powdered tea that was used to create white tea. The bud white teas appeared appeared in the late 1800’s. There are basic three types of white tea. Silver Needle which is made from lustrous. Silvery buds that are covered in white downy fuzz. White Peony uses bud along with next two young leaves which have a sweet, mildly grassy flavour and a slight briskness.


This is for the real TEA LOVERS who have created a passion for TEA. For them the process of making, serving, and sipping tea is almost a celebration. They are more apt to try out newer tea flavours, textures and aromas. For them we bring a creative blend of teas that would hopefully leaves a memory of lingering taste in their hearts.

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