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Darjeeling PGI 'Snowview' - Spring Special (Bio)
Darjeeling PGI 'Snowview' - Spring Special (Bio)
Nestled between the mountain kingdom of Bhutan and the flat Himalayan plains lies the Snowview tea garden, which has been in existence since 1870. The garden takes its name from the snow-covered Himalayan mountain range. Surrounded by...
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Darjeeling PGI 'Seeyok' - Summer Special (Bio)
Darjeeling PGI 'Seeyok' - Summer Special (Bio)
Seeyok is one of the oldest certified organic tea gardens in India. Many of the tea bushes growing here date back to the founding period of the British around 1869, but in recent years some new plants of the AV-2 cultivar have also been...
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Darjeeling PGI 'Selimbong' - Strawberry Full Moon (Bio)
Darjeeling PGI 'Selimbong' - Strawberry Full...
In the Lepcha language, the garden is also known as 'Sulbung' - the land of orange trees. These also run through the tea garden, which was founded in 1866. On June 14 of this year, the strawberry full moon, often slightly reddish in...
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Darjeeling PGI 'Selimbong' - Spring Blossom (Bio)
Darjeeling PGI 'Selimbong' - Spring Blossom (Bio)
In 1866, tea cultivation began in the Selimbong garden under the British Wiliam Lloyd. In the Lepcha language, the garden is also known as 'Sulbung' - the land of the orange trees, which also still run through the tea garden. Selected...
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Darjeeling PGI 'Rohini' - Jethikupi
Darjeeling PGI 'Rohini' - Jethikupi
This second regular picking of the 2022 season was only made from selected leaves of the B-157 clone originally developed at Bannockburn Garden. This is a very early bloomer, as it already starts to sprout about a month earlier than...
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Darjeeling PGI 'Rohini' - Spring Clonal Delight
Darjeeling PGI 'Rohini' - Spring Clonal Delight
A selected spring production in which the producers have deliberately played with the oxidation phase. This creates the darker expression in the leaf and cup, as well as the soft nuances in the expression. The cultivars for this tea are...
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Darjeeling PGI 'Rohini' - Summer Clonal Musk
Darjeeling PGI 'Rohini' - Summer Clonal Musk
The surprising diversity of the different tea cultivars of the Rohini garden can be particularly illustrated by this tea. The leaf material comes from Yabukita plants, which actually originate from Japan. In combination with the classic...
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Darjeeling PGI 'Balasun' - Roasted
Darjeeling PGI 'Balasun' - Roasted
The namesake Balasun River flows through the valley on whose slopes the picturesque estate is located. In recent years, the garden has further improved the qualities and also tried out experimental batches. This summer production of...
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Darjeeling PGI SF SFTGFOP1 'Nurbong' (Bio)
Darjeeling PGI SF SFTGFOP1 'Nurbong' (Bio)
Nurbong was established in 1870 in the tranquil mountains of southern Darjeeling. The name comes from the plant 'Nur', which was said to have healing properties, and 'bong', which means 'tree' in the Lepcha language. Three rivers flow...
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Darjeeling PGI SF FTGFOP1 'Risheehat' (Bio)
Darjeeling PGI SF FTGFOP1 'Risheehat' (Bio)
The steep mountain slopes of the garden are nourished on both sides by a steady river, which is the natural border with the surrounding estates. Founded under the name 'Tshering Bagan' by the German missionary Joachim Stölke, this place...
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Darjeeling PGI IB FTGFOP1 'Turzum' (Bio) Black tea, DE-ÖKO-003
Darjeeling PGI IB FTGFOP1 'Turzum' (Bio) Black...
Turzum, from the Tibetan dialect for the site of the weekly village market, was founded in the 1860s and shares a factory with its sister garden Sungma. Teas from the Inbetween period can only be plucked for a very short time each year...
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Darjeeling PGI SF SFTGFOP1 ,Steinthal' (Bio) black tea
Darjeeling PGI SF SFTGFOP1 ,Steinthal' (Bio)...
The German missionary Joachim Stölke, also known as 'Father Steinthal', founded this tea garden in 1852. He and his family cultivated the land he had leased from the British as a work of mercy. This makes Steinthal one of the very first...
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