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Darjeeling First Flush FTGFOP1, organic

Tea Strength
First Flush darjeeling tea from Tindharia Tea Garden that is said to be the Tea World's Champagne. Number one harvest of the year. This tea is officially an oolong tea as its high-quality leaves have not been complitely oxidized and the tea lies between green and black tea. It has flowerness and nyances of dried hay, licorice and honey. Brewed tea has a light slightly red colour. Same tea leaves should be used several times and it is often said that the third brewing from the same tea leaves has the most balanced taste.


€10.06 / 80 g
incl. VAT 14% (€8.82 VAT 0%)
QuantityDiscountPrice / 80 g
0 - 4€0.00 €10.06 (VAT 14 %)
(€8.82 VAT 0 %)
5 - -€2.52 €7.55 (VAT 14 %)
(€6.62 VAT 0 %)
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taste sample / 20 g
€3.41 (VAT 14 %)
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packing / 40 g
€5.92 (VAT 14 %)
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€20.12 (VAT 14 %)
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€50.30 (VAT 14 %)
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€100.60 (VAT 14 %)
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caffeine-free
gluten-free
does not contain nuts
does not contain milk
vegan
carbon free
does not contain genetically modified ingredients
halal
organic
Fair trade product
does not contain egg

Ingredients

black TEA (organic, Soom/India)
4 tsp/1 l or 1 g/1 dl
80°C/176°F
2 min
same tea leaves can be brewed 3 times

How to have easily 1 L 80°C/176°F water?

1. warm up 8 dl cold water until its boiling
2. add 2 dl cold water


First Flush darjeeling tea from Tindharia Tea Garden that is said to be the Tea World's Champagne. Number one harvest of the year. This tea is officially an oolong tea as its high-quality leaves have not been complitely oxidized and the tea lies between green and black tea. It has flowerness and nyances of dried hay, licorice and honey. Brewed tea has a light slightly red colour. Same tea leaves should be used several times and it is often said that the third brewing from the same tea leaves has the most balanced taste.

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