Darjeeling FTGFOP1 Moondakotee F. F. Black Tea – Hana Tea House
Darjeeling FTGFOP1 Moondakotee F. F. Black Tea
Darjeeling FTGFOP1 Moondakotee F. F. Black Tea
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Darjeeling FTGFOP1 Moondakotee F. F. Black Tea

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India Darjeeling FTGFOP1 Moondakotee F. F. Black Tea (4g)

Moondakotee, in English „Residence of the Moon“, is one of the larger plantations in Darjeeling. Due to its exposed location, the path of the moon can be traced during the cold and clear nights. The moon also substantially influences the quality of the tea plants which consist at 80% of China bushes, 14% of Assam hybrids and approximately 5% of various clones.

For the lover of flowery, highly aromatic teas.

    Ingredients:

    100% Organic Darjeeling FTGFOP1 Moondakotee F. F. black tea

    Preparation:

    Qty: 0.35L tea pot portion (1 tea bag)
    Time: 2-4 Min
    Water Temperature: 100 C

    To find out more about this and all other tea types, just click here!

    The Hall of Tea Story

    The aristocracy in London had just discovered tea when Hanseatic tradesman came into Hamburg city. His name was not passed down, it is only established that he very much savoured this beverage. However, tea was still reserved for the aristocracy. Hence, he planned to create a place where any man may drink and purchase fine tea: The idea of the Hall of Tea was born.

    From then on, fine tea is on everyone's lips. Since then, loads of water has run down the river Elbe and squillions of the tea leaves have been infused. The years have gone by, but the passion for tea has remained. This is why we are now reviving the old tradition. This selection has no rival, high aspiration and natural flavours and ingredients. Each and every variety is of select taste - perfected with the name to be relished: Hall of Tea.