Darjeeling Tea: The Finest Tippy

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Nestled in the southern slopes of the Himalaya Mountain Range, this fine tea thrives at elevations of 6,800 feet. Darjeeling’s preeminence as India’s foremost producer of premium quality black teas is due to a unique combination of factors. Higher elevation, soil type, hilly terrain with excellent drainage, weather pattern and age and diversity of bush all lend a hand in helping create a flavor profile.

Darjeeling teas have the most precious qualities of the world. They possess an exquisite bouquet and flavor and a distinctive Muscat grape character, almost wine-like in taste, in a lovely and light cup. The light, beautiful body of this gourmet tea holds a flavorful surprise for your palate that you’re going to love. Order the Darjeeling Tea today, and discover why so many people consider it among the finest in the world!

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What is Black Tea?

Black tea is by far the most consumed tea in the Western world, and it makes up 90% of the global tea trade volume. The most common black teas are found in places like China, where the methods for making black tea originated. Black Tea is also grown in India which supplies a significant portion of black tea, and in Sri Lanka, the world’s leader in tea production. Black tea actually starts out green, but during the production process, the tea is oxidized and turns black, releasing the tea’s full big-bodied flavor.

Although many people enjoy black tea taken with milk or sugar, you may find some teas labeled “self drinking,” which denotes that this normally powerful tea tastes great alone without the additives. CoffeeAM offers our best-selling loose-leaf Black Teas and popular favorites, such as Earl Grey with Bergamot Oil and the rich and robust English Breakfast Tea blends.

Steep your gourmet tea at the water’s third boil, or when the water is erupting with bubbles. This ensures that the full flavor of each black tea will be released. Steep for 3-5 minutes to your desired strength. Although you will notice a color change, this does not always indicate the flavor. We recommend taste testing during steeping to generate your desired consistency and flavor. Our premium black teas come in many different, loose-leaf blends. Remember, you’ll need a tea infuser for single cups!  Enjoy some Black Tea today!