• Tea Bricks
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    In the 9th century, tea was imported around Asia by either horse or camel. It had to take up as little room as possible so was pressed into a form using the dust and stalks while drying in the sun.

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  • Darjeeling Rohini Green Tea
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    This Darjeeling green loose leaf tea is from the Rohini tea estate situated in the Kurseong valley of Darjeeling. Between 1962 and 1994, the Rohini Tea Estate was closed due to the creation of the

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  • Darjeeling First Flush Tea Marybong
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      Sitting at the bottom of the third largest mountain in the world, the Marybong Estate is just a short walk away from Ghoom and said to be one of the most picturesque tea gardens. The estate

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  • Mango Green Rooibos Tea
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    Another new addition to our green Rooibos selection is our Mango Green Rooibos. We mix together mango, carrot, rose petals, sunflower petals and cornflower petals with green Rooibos tea to make a

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  • Assam Tea Daisajan Estate TGFOP
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    The Assam Estate of Daisajan sits on the south bank of the River Brahmaputra near the town of Doom Dooma in Upper Assam. The River is how the Estate got the name from the Assamese word 'Doiccha Jaan'

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  • Kenya Emrok FTGFOP1 Tea
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    The Kenya Emrok tea factory sits in the Rift Valley of Kenya. It's within the Ogirgir Tea Estate which includes the Kibabet hills, Mau forest and Mogobich river. The land is also shared with the

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  • Yunnan Gold Toppest
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    Grown near the boarder of Loas and Burma in China, Yunnan Black Tea can also be known as 'Dian Hong'. The mountains of Yunnan are thought to be the birthplace of tea and they create such humid

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  • Assam Bokel TGFOP1
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    The Bokel Tea Estate in Assam sits very close to the south bank of the Brahmaputra river, near the town of Dibrugarh. The estate got it's name from Assamese word “Bowkool” which is the local name

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