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Tapas Oolong Tea _ Subscription

Tapas Oolong Tea _ Subscription

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Regular price ₹400.00 (MRP inclusive of all taxes)
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When you nurture a leaf in the most intricate way possible so that what you get is a delicate, handcrafted tea with the best of its essence, you can call it nothing but penance. And what is a better name for this leaf tea than Tapas, its Sanskrit synonym. Two leaves and a bud are plucked from the choicest tea gardens in Darjeeling and carried for processing where it is only allowed partial oxidation. The result is a tea which proudly balances between the matured blacks and subtle greens.
  • Each packet of Loose Tea contains 100 grams
  • Country of Origin: India
NUTRITIONAL FACTS
NUTRITIONAL VALUE Typical value per 100g of product Contribution to 100ml prepared tea
Energy (kcal) 120 Traces
Protein (g) 19 Traces
Carbohydrates (g) 4 Nil
Fat - all types (g) Traces Nil
Fatty Acid (g) Traces Traces
Cholestrol Nil Nil
Vitamin C (mg) 100 Traces
Minerals (mg)
Calcium 500 Traces
Iron 30 Traces
SENSORY EXPERIENCE

TASTE

Combined taste of vegetal green and fervour black

Combined taste of vegetal green and fervour black

AROMA

Earthyt

Earthy

Appearance

Light reddish

Light reddish
CAFFEINE Low BEST CONSUMED Mid-morning and evening
TO BREW ONE CUP (200ml):
Try it as a refreshingly fruity iced tea or simply brew it hot.
1 Put loose tea in the cup
2 Pour hot water
3 Brew for 3 minutes
For iced tea
After brewing, allow the tea to cool and pour in a glass full of ice. Enjoy your tea!
When you nurture a leaf in the most intricate way possible so that what you get is a delicate, handcrafted tea with the best of its essence, you can call it nothing but penance. And what is a better name for this leaf tea than Tapas, its Sanskrit synonym. Two leaves and a bud are plucked from the choicest tea gardens in Darjeeling and carried for processing where it is only allowed partial oxidation. The result is a tea which proudly balances between the matured blacks and subtle greens.
  • Each packet of Loose Tea contains 100 grams
  • Country of Origin: India
NUTRITIONAL FACTS
NUTRITIONAL VALUE Typical value per 100g of product Contribution to 100ml prepared tea
Energy (kcal) 120 Traces
Protein (g) 19 Traces
Carbohydrates (g) 4 Nil
Fat - all types (g) Traces Nil
Fatty Acid (g) Traces Traces
Cholestrol Nil Nil
Vitamin C (mg) 100 Traces
Minerals (mg)
Calcium 500 Traces
Iron 30 Traces
SENSORY EXPERIENCE

TASTE

Combined taste of vegetal green and fervour black

Combined taste of vegetal green and fervour black

AROMA

Earthyt

Earthy

Appearance

Light reddish

Light reddish
CAFFEINE Low BEST CONSUMED Mid-morning and evening
TO BREW ONE CUP (200ml):
Try it as a refreshingly fruity iced tea or simply brew it hot.
1 Put loose tea in the cup
2 Pour hot water
3 Brew for 3 minutes
For iced tea
After brewing, allow the tea to cool and pour in a glass full of ice. Enjoy your tea!


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