Black tea Darjeeling 1kg


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Attention all tea lovers - with our black tea in the Darjeeling variety you can add a real classic to your tea selection! Originating from the Indian district of Darjeeling, this first flush tea (stay tuned for more facts!) is perfect as your morning caffeinated hot drink or for the next afternoon tea get-together. So don't hesitate too long — order Black Tea Darjeeling in the 1 kg pack, because it's tea time!

Traditional Darjeeling tea world

If you are looking for the origins of today's popular black tea, you will find them in India! The tea-growing regions and their varieties are as diverse as the landscape there. Tea nerds take note: Black tea cultivation has its origins in the first attempts of the Englishman Archibald Campbell in 1841. Besides black tea, green, white and yellow tea can also generally be called Darjeeling, provided they are grown in the region of the same name at the foot of the Himalayas. But what is the ominous term "first flush" all about? What sounds like a failed tea brewing attempt has a significant effect on the taste and colour of the infusion. The first shoots of the tea are harvested from the end of February to the end of April. After processing, they develop a mild floral aroma, paired with a golden yellow cup colour.

Tea time essentials

Tea cups on the table, the kettle on full power, black Darjeeling tea in the cupboard? Then here are the most important tips for brewing: 4 to 5 heaped teaspoons per litre are recommended, as well as a brewing time of about 2 to 4 minutes at 100 °C. And don't worry: if you need even more convincing tea varieties, you can find many other types of tea in KoRo's online shop, including organic Sencha tea from Japan and China, our organic Chai, organic peppermint tea and mate leaves. By the way, the leaf quality and thus the fine taste of our black tea in the Darjeeling variety is ensured by careful manual work. Harvesting is done according to the "two leaves and a bud" principle (which means two leaves and a bud of each shoot). After the leaves are wilted, fermented and finally dried, the black tea is ready to be brewed.

Buying black Darjeeling tea

Now you know all the most important "tea facts" so that your next tea time will be successful. Our black Darjeeling tea warms you up with its balanced, floral notes and is perfect for your start into the day. With our black tea you can use it in may recipes and create a blend of tea for afternoon or morning that you will absolutely adore. Add some spices like cardamom, cinnamon and make it into a masala tea. The possibilities are endless. To make sure you have enough black tea on hand, our Darjeeling tea is available in a large 1 kg pack of the highest leaf quality and as a fine First Flush with a golden yellow colour. See for yourself, take some time out and order our Darjeeling tea!

Product number: TEE_004
Content 1 kg
Manufacturer KoRo
EAN/GTIN 4260654780376
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The production of black tea is carried out in several steps: First, the harvested leaves are rolled to release essential oils. The fermentation, characteristic of black tea, ensures the formation of the typical aroma. This is followed by drying at about 85 degrees for 20 minutes and sorting of the dried tea leaves.

The somewhat complicated sounding designation "SFTGFOP1" indicates the particular leaf grade of the tea and means in its detailed form: "Special Finest Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe 1." This expresses the highest grade (i.e. classification), which stands for high quality of fine leaves and has a delicate taste. By means of the leaf grade, the respective harvested leaf sizes are basically divided into categories for better sorting. A distinction is made between whole leaves, leaf tips and leaf particles.

The term "first flush" refers to the first harvest of tea leaves in spring between the end of February and the end of April and is characterized by an aromatic, light-colored infusion.

Our Darjeeling black tea is carefully harvested from tea plantations in India and has the highest possible leaf grade. This leaf grade is characterized by uncrushed, fine leaves, which are crucial for the mild-floral, delicate flavor.

The name "Darjeeling" describes the tea cultivation in the Indian district of Darjeeling, where tea was first grown as early as 1841. Today, about 70,000 workers are employed in this region.

Recommended for one liter of water 4-5 heaping teaspoons. The brewing time is 2-4 minutes. The water temperature can be up to 100 ° C.

Basically, the difference between Earl Grey and Darjeeling is that Earl Grey has no typical growing region. For the production of Earl Grey, black tea from a variety of well-known tea regions is used and consequently refined with bergamot oil - which creates the characteristic aroma of Earl Grey. In contrast, Darjeeling black tea is a pure, unflavored black tea grown only in the Darjeeling region of India.

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Very nice smooth sweet tea.

Excellent quality/price ratio.




Very fragrant fantastic tea.



Good and convenient

Really convenient packaging. The taste is mild and the leaves seem to be of very good quality.



It's not black tea! ! If you're looking for a full-bodied black tea, this isn't it :(

The tea is delicious, but I was very disappointed because the leaves are barely oxidized, so you have to watch out for the bitterness of the tea when you dose it too much in search of color and fragrance. It has to be prepared like a green tea to avoid bitterness. What bothers me is that I bought such a large quantity. On the plus side, the quality is there, great freshness, and the price is quite minimalist for an excellent organic tea to boot.



TOP Geschmack und Preis

Sehr lecker und weich vom Geschmack. Die Blätter am besten lose entfallten lassen, und nicht in ein Teeei zerquetschen, schmeckt dann vollmundig.







Mild and very tasty

Great quality mild and very tasty.



Great quality.

Great quality.




I love this Darjeeling

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