Darjeeling Gold Summer Black Tea – For Memory & Brain Function

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The most famous of black teas, Darjeeling is known as the Champagne of Black Teas. It is produced in the Darjeeling region of India and has a distinctive floral character and muscatel flavor.
Certified Organic
Makes 17 Cups
Relieves Stress
Boosts Immunity
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Take 180ml of rich water, running stream or RO filtered.
Boil to 80°-90° C/ 176°-194° F.
Put 2 Teaspoons of whole leaf tea in boiled water.
Let it steep for 5 minutes.
Add sugar or honey as per taste.
To be served without milk. Best served Hot.


For centuries, the herbal power of Ashwagandha root (Withania somnifera) has been revered for its ability to help strengthen immunity and promote relaxation. A cup of this ancient Indian tonic tea offers an abundance of antioxidant benefits that can provide a sense of zen in moments of stress or chaos.

Why Choose Organic Darjeeling Gold Summer Tea

Drinking a cup of Darjeeling tea can help you stay happy and, more importantly, healthy. Hand picked in the summer for those who like their tea a little stronger!

Provides Essential Antioxidants 
Darjeeling tea is abundant in antioxidants such as thearubigins and theaflavins., which combats free radicals,

Relieves Stress 
Darjeeling tea eliminates stress by regulating the production of a stress hormone in the body called cortisol.

Facilitates Weight Loss 
Studies have shown that drinking Darjeeling tea reduces belly fat and speeds up weight loss

Lowers the Likelihood of Parkinson's Disease 
Many researchers in India believe that certain bio-active compounds in Darjeeling tea, particularly L-theanine, could play an active role in preventing neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's

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The polyphenols in Darjeeling tea stimulate good bacteria growth in your digestive system. Higher levels of bad bacteria may contribute to obesity, while good bacteria helps you lose weight. Compounds in black tea may help slow bacterial growth, preventing dental cavities and plaque.

To make an average cup of tea, you need only around 7 grams of black tea. Therefore, the average cup of Darjeeling tea likely contains about 120 mg of caffeine, which is comparable to a strong cup of coffee. Darjeeling tea is a caffeinated type of black tea grown in specific areas of India.

This bright and colourful blend is reminiscent of summer cocktails on hot balmy holidays, with the delicate notes of sweet and ripe tropical fruits

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