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Darjeeling Happy Valley Large Leaf Teabags

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Price: £4.75

Item Code: 303917 / Net weight: 15 Teabags: 37.5g / 1.32oz

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Darjeeling is often regarded as the champagne of teas. Happy Valley is grown in one of the oldest and most renowned tea gardens in Darjeeling, and is a tea of exceptional quality. Perched up high in the mountains, the bushes are swathed in mist to give the tea its distinctive taste. 

The result is a deliciously light but complex and flavoursome cup with the muscatel notes Darjeeling tea is renowned for. It is a refreshing tea, perfect for drinking in the afternoon.

Whittard’s superior tea pyramids are made from sheer bio-degradable mesh. This allows the whole leaves to infuse perfectly in your cup, offering the refined taste you get from tea leaves but with all the convenience of a teabag.

  • Origin

    India, Darjeeling

  • Tastes like

    Slightly nutty with a hint of muscatel

  • When to drink

    Afternoon

Ingredients

Brew the perfect cup

For the perfect cup of Darjeeling Happy Valley Tea, use one pyramid per cup and always use freshly drawn and boiled water. Allow to brew for 3-5 minutes or according to taste. Should be drunk 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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