«Darjeeling» black tea - ManuTeeFaktur
- Darjeeling - black tea
- Calming and promotes concentration
- With theine
- First flush (tea harvest after winter until early April)
- Finest tippy golden flowery orange pekoe 1
- Plastic-free packaging
- 60g or 180g
- Origin: India
Organic loose leaf tea «Darjeeling».
For this high-quality organic tea, the leaves of the tea plant are picked by hand.
The champagne among teas.
The custom and its unique manufacturing process has prevailed for hundreds of years and gives us reason to offer this special tea - a pleasure substance that has many positive properties. The effect of this tea is diverse - it should be emphasized that it is calming and at the same time promotes concentration. In addition, the tea leaves contain many important vitamins, minerals and trace elements.
For most people, drinking a Darjeeling is not just a habit, it is almost an adventure. In this tradition, Manu's Darjeeling is lived passion and pure conviction.
Very fine, mild, flowery and a bit like lemon.
Most of Darjeeling's tea bushes - the region of the tea of the same name - owe their origins to the tea seeds that the famous Scottish adventurer and botanist Robert Fortune smuggled from China to India about 200 years ago. The black Darjeeling tea was found to be so good that the English colonial power sent workers to the region in order to be able to grow, process and export the tea in large quantities. The English thus play a key role in Darjeeling tea history. No wonder - after all, tea is their national drink.
The packaging consists of a mason jar with a screw cap.
Sticker as a seal for the glasses (required by law for hygienic reasons).
Manu's (ManuTeeFaktur) is a small company from Berlin.
With a lot of dedication and care, they handcraft vegan and sustainable tea blends, all in organic quality and without additives.
Their credo: "For us, making tea is not a job - it's a ritual."
Add 3-4 teaspoons per pot, 100ºC / 212ºF warm water and let steep for 3-3:30 minutes.
Drinking habits: no milk, no to little sugar.
Black tea from controlled organic cultivation.