There’s nothing so rich and gratifying as a cup of perfectly blended Indian tea. India is one of the world’s biggest producers of tea, so much so, that the country has considered making tea it’s national drink. With an ancient history of making tea, there is evidence that tea drinking has occurred in India for at least 2,500 years.
The most famous Indian teas are Darjeeling and Assam and Ceylon tea but many other teas are available. India also has a long tradition of herbal teas, due to the practice of Ayurveda. Browse our selection below and try Indian tea today!
For a classically Indian tea, try our Assam BOP blend. It is full bodied, rich and satisfying, and can handle a splash of milk. For the tea connoisseur, the Darjeeling Great East Indian Blend is the champagne of Indian teas. This is an exquisite taste with deep floral notes that is grown high in the Teesa Valley.
You can’t go wrong with a cup of traditional Indian Tea. Find your new morning pick-me-up today!
Perhaps the most famous of teas is the Earl Grey. Aristocratic in its creation, this tea is a tippy blend with fragrant Bergamont. Distinctive and enjoyable every morning with or without milk. If you are after something a little heartier to start your day, try our Irish Breakfast or delightful Malty Assam.
Scottish Breakfast is a quality blend of Sri Lankan high grown pekoe tea. This fan favourite creates a beautifully rich and golden brew with a supurb flavour to match.
Indian Tea – Health Benefits
If you are a lover of black tea, you’ll experience all of the health benefits that come along with your favourites in our lovely Indian blends. Black tea has been found to have positive effects on heart health (as they contain flavonoids), improved metabolism and gut health (due to the polyphenols), as well as being a natural stimulant for alertness and energy due to the higher caffeine content.
These tea leaves also contains antioxidants, including polyphenols and catechins help to decrease cell damage in the body and therefore may help decrease the risk of chronic disease. The best way to consume antioxidants is through natural foods and drinks.
Indian teas traditionally incorporated the practice of Ayurveda, which includes a focus on health through herbal infusions. Not only do our teas taste great, they are also great for your body!