Darjeeling Light

The quintessential Darjeeling black tea, with a crisp texture, bright flavors, and a refreshing mouthfeel– this blend steeps a bright cup brimming with well appreciated smooth fruity taste.


₹ 1,450 ₹ 279 (MRP Inclusive of all Taxes) ₹2 /Kg
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TASTING NOTES
Aroma

Floral notes of Carnations

Appearance

Tippy nicely rolled evenly sorted

Taste

Light-bodied smooth with nice floral touch

STEEPING NOTES

WATER

5 fl oz / 150 ml

TEMPERATURE

194°F-203°F / 90°C-95°C

LEAVES

2 Tsp / 0.09 oz / 2.5 g

TIME

4-5 Mins

CAFFEINE

High

NO. OF STEEPS

1

BEST CONSUMED

Hot

Condiments

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    You can Drink Plain

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    You can add Sugar

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    You can add Honey

Faq

Indian orthodox tea is a type of tea that is grown and processed using traditional methods that involve withering, rolling, oxidation, and drying.
Indian orthodox tea is known for its unique flavor profile and is processed using traditional methods that involve withering, rolling, oxidation, and drying. This gives it a distinct taste that sets it apart from other types of tea.
Indian orthodox tea should be brewed with water that has been heated to 85-90°C (185-194°F) for 3-4 minutes.
Yes, Indian orthodox tea can be consumed with milk and sugar, although it is traditionally consumed without any additives.
No, Indian orthodox tea contains caffeine.
The ideal temperature for brewing Indian orthodox tea is between 85-90°C (185-194°F) for 3-4 mins.
Indian orthodox tea is known to have several health benefits such as improving heart health, reducing the risk of certain cancers, promoting mental alertness, and aiding in digestion.
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