Indian Tea Samples
Brew with fresh boiling water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes
Indian Teas originate from many regions across the country. This includes Assam, Darjeeling and Nilgiri. Our Indian Tea Samples showcase the best from each region. Enjoy our five delicious (and nutritious!) 50g packs today. Try all of them and pick an absolute favourite!
The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company pack every Tea, Tisane and Coffee fresh to order here in our Kent-based factory. This ensures not only quality but also consistency. Our Indian Tea Samples are, of course, no exception.
Darjeeling First Flush Tea
This Tea is a blend of top-grade Darjeeling Teas from the Estates of Phoobsering, Gopaldhara, Giddapahar, Singbulli and Puttabong. Combined, each Tea offers traditionally "Darjeeling" flavours and aromas, best described as muscatel and slightly sweet.
Assam FOP Tea
This is an excellent starting point for anyone looking to explore the world of Assam Tea. "FOP" stands for Flowery Orange Pekoe. This refers to the top bud and the first two leaves of each new shoot of Tea. FOP Teas contain young, tender leaves with a balanced amount of 'Top' or 'Bud'. In taste, this particular Assam FOP Tea boasts classic malty notes.
Darjeeling Leaf TGFOP1
"TGFOP1" stands for "Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe 1". These Teas, including our Darjeeling Leaf TGFOP1, have a high content of golden tips. This particular high-grown Tea comes from the foothills of the Himalayas. It has a traditional light character with flowery notes and a soft aroma.
"GBOP" stands for Golden Broken Orange Pekoe. Nilgiri GBOP, meanwhile, stands for exceptional taste and quality. This is a bold, wholesome Tea from the Nilgiri Hills of South India. However, it is noticeably smoother than neighbouring Ceylon Teas, and not as heavy or dark as Assam Teas. Ultimately, Nilgiri GBOP makes for pleasant afternoon drinking.
Assam Tea 2nd Flush FTGFOP1
Our Assam 2nd Flush FTGFOP1 ("Fine Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe 1") Tea produces a rich, traditionally malty and quintessentially "Assamese" flavour. The term "2nd Flush" refers to Assam Tea harvested between mid-May and June. Most Tea Connoisseurs prefer 2nd Flush Assam Tea over 1st Flush Assam Tea.
Health PointsAnti Oxidants
Time of DayBreakfast, Afternoon