Located just a little below 6,500 feet, Okayti is among the highest tea gardens in India. Here, the rigors of elevation combined with organic farming practices have led to some of the most delicate Darjeelings being produced each season. Their spring black tea lives up to the expectations. It tastes fresh, feels incredibly smooth and well-balanced; all that we've grown to love in the teas from Okayti.
1. Has anti-nauseatic properties and helps in digestion
2. Mental alertness
3. Reduces Lung diseases.
A certified organic fresh black tea from Okayti. The well manufactured leaves offer a delightful appearance with golden tips sprinkled all over. The tea is elegantly rich and bodied supported by aromas of fruits and berries.
It appears olive green with coppery hues and aroma is vegetal and fresh.
Discover zesty notes of chocolate with hints of muscat grapes in every sip. The aftertaste lingers on to a sweet floral finish.
Filtered Water 180ml
Tea Leaves 1-2 TSP/2.5 Gram
Temperature 95-100 ℃/203 - 212 ℉
Time 4-5 min
Okayti teas were served as exclusivity at Buckingham palace and to most of the globally famous tea lovers of the time like Queen Elizabeth, Jawarlal Nehru and Nikita KrushchevThis 150 years old plantation is one of the most picturesque estates in Darjeeling. Initially named Rangdoo, teas from this estate were so highly acclaimed at London auctions that they came to be called as ‘the only okay tea’ and subsequently the estate was named Okayti. The soil and unique climatic conditions of this plantation produces teas of subtle delicacy.