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Darjeeling Teabags

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Price: £4.75

Item Code: 271734 / Net weight: 125g / 4.41oz

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To taste Darjeeling is to taste the landscape where it is grown. Intermittent rain, sun and moisture-laden mists nurture the century-old tea gardens in the landscape that inspired Rudyard Kipling to craft his stories. The smallest shoots, still covered in dew, are picked by hand at first light to deliver one of our finest teas.
  • Origin

    India

  • Tastes like

    Floral and lightly fragrant

  • When to drink

    Afternoon

Ingredients

Brew the perfect cup

Ideally warm the pot first with a splash of hot water. Use one teabag per cup and always use freshly drawn and boiled water. Allow to brew for 3-5 minutes according to taste. Can be drunk with or without milk.

A note from Whittard

“I’m a huge oolong fan – the sheer diversity of different flavours is pretty mind-boggling. My favourites are the creamy, almost buttery high grown oolongs grown in Taiwan.”

- Bethan, Specialist Tea Buyer

India

The story goes that coffee was brought to India by the 17th century pilgrim Baba Budan, who smuggled seven coffee seeds out of Yemen on his return from Mecca. He planted the seeds in the lush southern state of Karnataka, the home of our much-loved Monsoon Malabar. Indian coffee tends to be sweet, creamy and low in acidity, maturing slowly in the shade to increase the natural sugars of the bean, and cultivated alongside crops of cardamom, cloves and cinnamon for a light hint of spice. 

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We’re confident that you’ll love our products as much as we do. Our Taste Guarantee means that if anything fails to meet your expectations you can return for an exchange or full refund – just remember to enclose the original receipt if you're returning it by post or popping in store. That way you're free to try something new, without the risk of disappointment.

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* * * * - Darjeeling tea bags by Julie Doughty on 21st June 2015

This is a very nice tea. We hope that Whittard continue to supply it.

* - - - - A Darjeeling Disappointment by Ted Roberts on 26th May 2015

I have to say I was very disappointed with the Darjeeling that I purchased, it seems to be lacking in flavour and is very weak. I received a Christmas present containing 8 sampler pack of various teas from Whittards including a package of Darjeeling teabags. These were excellent, full of flavour and wonderful Darjeeling aroma so based on this sample I purchased 2 packs of 50 teabags but they could not be compared with the quality of the tea in the original sample. Perhaps the tea bags I received at Christmas were of a superior quality but the contents of the package of 50 bags which I recently purchased are nowhere near as good. A big disappointment, even though Whittards sent me another pack as a replacement.

* * * * * darjeeling tea by Gill Coombes on 28th February 2015

another of your teas that tastes so good and doesn't have that awful 'builders tea' after taste

* * * * * Darjeeling Tea Bags. by Roy Maddox on 30th March 2012

I do not like strong tea and Darjeeling suits me perfectly. These teabags are a very good substitute for the loose leaf tea. Better than many other brands.

* * * * * Whittard's usual high standard by Anne on 10th February 2012

I don't usually use teabags but for the times when I can't be bothered to use the loose Darjeeling and make a pot of tea, this is a very acceptable alternative. Much better than other Darjeeling teabags I have used.

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