The Campbell Darjeeling Black Tea Caddy 125g

$20.00

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Named after The East India Company’s superintendent of Darjeeling, Dr Campbell, the second flush of this light and fragrant Darjeeling black tea has the signature muscatel flavour as well as a fruity and earthy note. Take a moment to savour a cup of one today.

Details

The East India Company acquired territory in the Darjeeling district after the Nepal War. In 1839, Dr. Campbell was appointed Superintendent of the area by the Company, and experimented with planting tea in the grounds of his official residence. The success of the plants led to the establishment of numerous gardens, and the unique ‘muscatel’ flavour of the second flush teas became well-known and highly prized.

Then, as now, the high-altitude plantations above five thousand feet produced the finest qualities. After 1850, the cultivation area was extended and the success of Darjeeling tea was assured.

Where it’s from
Darjeeling, India

What it tastes like
Light with fruity and earthy notes and a muscatel flavour

When to enjoy it
Throughout the day

 

 
 

This tea is sourced from a tea estate certified by The Ethical Tea Partnership.
We are proud to be a member of the Ethical Tea Partnership (ETP), a non-commercial alliance of international tea companies who share a vision of a thriving global tea sector that is socially just and environmentally sustainable.

Delivery & Returns

UK Standard Delivery: £3.95
UK Next Day Delivery (mainland UK only): £8.95 (Order before 12pm)
- Order by 20/12/2017 for Christmas delivery.
UK Saturday Delivery (mainland UK only): £35
Delivery to the EU: £12.95
Delivery outside the EU: £20 - £30

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How to Brew It: The Campbell Darjeeling Black Tea


  • 2 GRAMS OF TEA LEAVES / 2 TEASPOONS

  • 210ML OF WATER AT 100ºC

  • 4-5 MINS BREWING TIME

  • 1/5 STRENGTH

Usually enjoyed without milk or sugar. Learn more about our teas, Learn how tea is processed, from tea leaf to your cup, or how to brew the perfect cup of tea from our tea master.