Nuxalbari Tea Company - Earl Grey 25 Pyramid Tea Bags
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|Shipping||Ready stock. It can be delivered within 3-5 days. This product is not eligible for return.|
|Weight||50 grams (25 Pyramid Tea Bags).|
|Material||Nuxalbari Organic Earl Grey Leaf Tea! Chai is made from fresh tea leaves, hand-plucked and handcrafted to perfection, lightly scented with orange Bergamot flavour, packed at nuxalbari tea estate in Darjeeling District, India. NOP, USDA and EU Certified Organic Long Leaf Earl Grey Tea from Darjeeling District. Classic, light, orange Bergamot scented black tea. Deep orange cup. Sweet aroma of tangerines. Drink with milk and sugar or lemon and honey. No preservatives or artificial colours. Planet Friendly! This tea estate takes active steps to mitigate Climate Change and protect the endangered Asian Elephant. Nuxalbari is the world's first large tea estate to be Certified Elephant Friendly. Packed in 25 convenient pyramid tea bags|
|Care||Once pack in opened, consume within 3 months. keep in air tight container away from moisture.|
|Colour||Slight difference in color from the visible product image is possible. Read more.|
|Brand||Once forming the southern border of the Kingdom of Sikkim, Nuxalbari, like the rest of north Bengal came under the British after the Anglo-Bhutanese war in the 19th Century. Soon after, British colonial adventurers began their experiments with tea plants smuggled from China, planting estates all over the Darjeeling area and beyond. Nuxalbari Tea Estate was established in 1884, and incorporated into a tea company in 1910. In 1967 a violent peasant and student uprising began in the small village adjacent to the estate. Though the Naxalite revolution claimed many lives Nuxalbari Tea Estate remained untouched.|