The spectacular natural environment surrounding the Jungpana garden, results in an extraordinary First Flush Darjeeling tea, which imparts a crisp muscatel flavour with delicately sweet and fruity notes.
One of the oldest and finest gardens in Darjeeling, Margaret’s Hope produces some of the most outstanding teas in the world. This 2017 First Flush tea imparts a stunning subtly sweet flavour with a touch of astringency.
This special Pu erh tea imparts a wonderfully rich and earthy flavour with fragrant and citrussy notes of tangerine. Delicately crafted in Yunnan - the home of Pu erh - this tea is very exceptional indeed.
This breakfast tea is prefect for those who prefer a full bodied, strong cup during the cold winter mornings. The tea consists of smaller dark leaves that impart a beautiful amber liquor with a well-balanced flavour, which is delightful taken with milk.
The tea hails from the Daisajan Tea Estate. The estate is located in the town, Doomdooma - also known as ‘Tea City’ - in upper Assam. The estate is equipped with a state of the art manufacturing unit and produces the finest quality orthodox teas.
This single origin long leaf black tea from the revered Meleng tea estate is located near the town of Jorhat, close to the world heritage site, the Gibbon Wild Life Sanctuary. Produced using orthodox methods, the tea is of prime quality and can be recommended for seasoned black tea lovers.
The Matcha Whisk Holder helps maintain the shape of the bamboo whisk. Place the matcha whisk in the holder in order to keep the prongs extended and stable. This will increase the longevity and maintain the shape of the whisk.
This stylish, white glazed pottery Gaiwan bowl with a lid and saucer is a great item for a tea connoisseur. The Gaiwan is used for steeping and drinking loose leaf tea using the traditional Chinese method. Gaiwans are perfect for the preparation and enjoyment of oolong, green and white teas.