Some of the most exquisite teas in the world come from the tea gardens and estates of India. Cultivated in a number of different regions, Indian Teas often have distinctive flavours and characteristics unique to their terroir. Darjeeling teas, for example, are grown high in the foothills of the majestic Himalayas, and are renowned for their delicate muscatel notes and floral aromas. Assam teas grow in a tropical climate with ample rainfall, and yield rich, malty flavours in a bright, amber liquor, while teas produced in the beautiful Nilgiri Hills of southern India are known to be particularly fragrant.
Tea-Direct.co.uk is delighted to be welcoming three fine newcomers to the range this week, in the form of a luxurious Darjeeling with a bold and lively muscatel flavour, a fruity and flavoursome blend of the finest green and white teas, and a wonderfully fragrant Earl Grey.