Blog - All About Teas
The spring season brings with it new colours and warmth. It’s also the time of year where an incredibly valuable variety of tea is harvested in regions of India – the Darjeeling First Flush.
Some people travel for leisure, many people travel for food and some travel for both. So, it would be fair to say that there would be people who travel for the drink that many of us just can’t do without, first thing in the morning.
Tea is one of the most loved beverages in India and across the world. People have enjoyed tea since time immemorial and consider it to be one of the most cherished parts of their native culture. Indians’ love for this super beverage has given the tea industry a loyal customer base in the country, which has resulted in fast-paced growth.
The foothills of the Himalayas are the source of one of the most popular tea varieties in the world: Darjeeling tea. Over the years, this variety has earned the title of Champagne of Teas among connoisseurs. In this post, we will decipher the reasoning behind this name.