“Indian splendor” Taj by Moonlight – Exclusively Handpicked, 100% Pure and Natural, Premium Darjeeling Black Leaf Tea.
Taj By Moonlight is a top line Darjeeling tea grown in the breathtaking Himalayas. With its delicate muscatel flavor, rich aroma and exquisite bouquet, this tea is unequaled anywhere else in the world. It is known as the champagne of teas. A connoisseur’s delight. Double packed, first in sealed foil pouches to keep the teas garden fresh, and then in Handcrafted Wooden Chestlets, with engraving, for additional preservation and Handicraft presentation. A gift to cherish. Try without milk and sweetener to taste.100% Pure and Natural High Grade Darjeeling Black Orthodox Loose Leaf Tea FTGFOP1, without any artificial essence, fragrance, flavorings, herbal infusions or additives of any kind. This tea has a unique and distinct bouquet of Delicate Muscatel, with a rich and wholesome character. A connoisseur’s delight. Double packed, first in sealed foil pouches to keep the teas garden fresh, and then in Handcrafted Wooden Chestlets, with engraving.
Contains all of Nature’s bounty of Goodness and Multiple Health Benefits of fine teas. Rich in Antioxidants. Low in Caffeine. Boosts immunity and energy levels. Invigorates Mind and Body. Improves metabolism which assists in slimming through fat and weight loss. Helps prevent and cure coughs, colds, general debility. Natural De tox and De stress etc.
Exquisite double packaging, with a traditional ethos, maintains all the flavors and keeps all the healthy goodness of the teas garden fresh. Shelf Life: 3 years. Packaging: 125 gms/4.4 oz, Box Dimension: 12.6(L) x 10(W) x 8.9(H) cm.
Registered with and Licensed by Tea Board of India, and Food Safety and Standards Authority of India.
All, “Indian splendor” teas, are sourced from some of the finest certified tea plantations and tea growing areas of India, and support Farm to Cup concept, a healthier planet through Bio Diversity Conservation, and an improved quality of life, providing Sustainable Livelihoods, for farming and artisan communities.