First Flush Darjeeling Triune Teabags - No.08


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First Flush Darjeeling Triune Teabags - No.08

This First Flush Darjeeling is perfect for enjoying any time of the day. With hints of silvery leaves, this tea imparts a golden liquor with fruity, floral notes. Conveniently packed into our bio-degradable triune teabags.

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Tea Story

Luxury Teabag Triunes

Our luxurious and stylish triangular teabags provide the perfect way for you to enjoy the high-quality experience of loose leaf tea with all the conveniences of a normal teabag. Packed with our most exquisite loose leaf teas, these luxury triune teabags are a perfect way to enjoy fine quality tea with ease. The large, mesh triangular shape allow adequate space for the fine tea leaves to expand and impart their exquisite natural flavours. 100% biodegradable. 

About The Tea

This finest quality tea was awarded the prestigious two-star ranking at the 2016 Guild of Fine Food’s Great Taste Awards.

Our exquisite Luxury Darjeeling First Flush Tea Triunes, delicately combine the fresh, invigorating and grassy qualities of the revered spring flush tea leaves with the stunning muscatel hints that are characteristic of this well-loved and nuanced tea. Darjeeling is one of the most revered and well-loved tea districts in India - and in the world. Tea farmers in this area have been passing down expert tea knowledge from generation to generation for almost 200 years.

This beautifully balanced black tea imparts a bright and clear amber liquor and a light and invigorating flavour with fruity, floral notes. The succulent, silvery leaves offer a gentle sweetness and refreshingly astringent flavour, which can be enjoyed at any time of the day.

Information for tea connoisseurs

Unlike most Indian teas, Darjeeling tea is normally made from the small-leaved Chinese variety of Camellia Sinensis, rather than the large-leaved Assam plant, Camellia Sinensis Assamica. Tea planting in the Indian district of Darjeeling was introduced in 1841 by Arthur Campbell, a civil surgeon of the Indian Medical Service. Campbell was transferred to Darjeeling in 1839 from Kathmandu, Nepal. In 1841, he brought seeds of the Chinese tea plant, Camellia Sinensis from Kumaun and began to experiment with tea planting in Darjeeling. The British government also established tea nurseries during that period. Commercial development began during the 1850s.

The Great Taste Awards

The Tea Makers of London were awarded 15 stars at the 2016 Great Taste Awards.

What are The Great Taste Awards?

The Great Taste Awards are organised by the Guild of Fine Food. The awards are the acknowledged benchmark for fine food and drink. It has been described as the ‘Oscars’ of the food world and the ‘epicurean equivalent of the Booker prize’. Quite simply, the Great Taste logo is a sign of trustworthy, consistent, high-quality food and drink.

What do the stars mean?

★★★ Exquisite. Wow! Taste that!                ★★ Outstanding!                  ★ Simply delicious!


Region & Time of Harvest

Darjeeling teas are harvested in Spring


Tasting Notes

  • Appearance

    Even size leaves with plenty of silvery and tender green tips.

  • Aroma

    Light, floral and refreshing

  • Flavour

    A warm and toasty flavour with intoxicating floral notes and subtle hints of fruit and spring.

  • Colour

    Light Amber


Brewing Guidance

This First Flush Darjeeling imparts a golden liquor with fruity, floral notes. Conveniently packed into our bio-degradable tea triunes.