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Indian Teas

India produces nearly one million tonnes of tea each year and is the second largest producer in the world. Nearly every part of the country has a tea-growing region and the best-known are Assam, Darjeeling and Nilgiri.

Besides the different kinds of tea, there is also a very unique style of making tea in India known as chai. There are lots of various recipes to make chai, but the basic ingredients are: black tea, milk, sugar, and spices. The most common spices used are cardamom, ginger, cloves, cinnamon and even pepper.

Arunachal Pradesh Green Tea

Another green tea from India, Arunachal Pradesh is an Indian state that

Assam Broken Orange Pekoe Tea

Assam Broken Orange Pekoe Tea is the largest small leaf tea available that

Assam Golden Tip

Assam tea is generally harvested twice, in a 'first flush' and a

Assam Pekoe Fannings

The tea growing area of Assam, which extends along both sides of the

Assam Tea Bags

These tea bags are made using the finest Assam Pekoe Fannings available,

Assam Tippy Orthodox Tea

This tea is not a CTC tea and is classified as TGFOP1, which means Tippy

Darjeeling First Flush

One of the finest teas to ever leave India, in many people's opinion,

Darjeeling Mid Season

Darjeeling is situated 6,000 feet above sea level in the foothills of the

Darjeeling Second Flush

Darjeeling is situated 6,000 feet above sea level in the foothills of the