Each jar contains 50 of loose leaf tea which makes approximately 50 cups (can be steeped 2-3x).
- Fantastic taste
- Reduces the risk of cancer
- Fights off heart disease
- Helps in maintaining a healthy diet
- Boosts the immune system
- Reduces acid reflux
While Darjeeling black tea comes with a lot of health benefits, the main reason why Darjeeling black tea has a lot of fans is the taste. The delicacy of the taste is so sublime that Darjeeling black tea is regarded as the “champagne of teas”.
Darjeeling black tea is grown in India. More specifically, it comes from the Darjeeling district in West Bengal (hence its name).
Who is it for?
This is for tea drinkers who want some caffeine in their drink. That means it’s best enjoyed in the mornings, or in the early afternoon. Each 8-ounce cup of tea may contain as much as 50mg of caffeine.
Darjeeling black tea is a fine choice for those who want a lower dose of caffeine in their drink. A cup of Darjeeling black tea contains only half the caffeine you’d find in a regular cup of coffee.
It’s best that you refrain from drinking Darjeeling black tea late in the day, to make sure that the caffeine doesn’t interfere with your sleep. You should also avoid Darjeeling black tea on an empty stomach, especially if you have a sensitive stomach.
Start by boiling some water, and use a bit of the boiled water to warm your teapot. Add a teaspoon of loose-leaf Darjeeling tea into your cup.
Once you’ve boiled the water, let it sit for about 1 or 2 minutes before you pour the water over the tea leaves. Let it steep for about 3 minutes, and then drink as is. High quality Darjeeling tea tastes great without any need for sugar, milk, or lemon—but you can always add these if you prefer!