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Sikkim Second Flush Muscatel Black Tea Tin by Rare Tea Company 50g


This highly fragrant black tea comes from the Himalayan state of Sikkim, neighbouring Darjeeling. The entire state converted to organic agriculture between 2003 - 2016 and now produces some of the purest, sustainable and truly exquisite tea in India... Read more >


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    Express: £4.49 per order with Rare Tea Company
    (est. arrival: Wed 14 Dec to Fri 16 Dec)
    Delivery
    Courier: £6.49 per order with Rare Tea Company
    (est. arrival: Wed 14 Dec)
    Delivery
    Standard: £3.49 or FREE when you spend £30.00 with Rare Tea Company
    (est. arrival: Fri 16 Dec to Mon 19 Dec)
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    Rare Tea Company is a small independent company based in London. We source and supply the world's best tea - direct from farmers and their tea gardens.

    No Artificial Colourings

    Pesticide-Free

    Wheat-Free

    Fish-Free

    Sesame-Free

    Peanut-Free

    Celery-Free

    No Added Sugar

    Egg-Free

    Mustard-Free

    Sulphites-Free

    Lupin-Free

    Rye-Free

    Barley-Free

    Yeast-Free

    GM-Free

    Recyclable Packaging

    Shellfish-Free

    Oat-Free

    Nut-Free

    Cholesterol-Free

    No Artificial Sweeteners

    No Artificial Ingredients

    No Artificial Preservatives

    Product Description

    This highly fragrant black tea comes from the Himalayan state of Sikkim, neighbouring Darjeeling. The entire state converted to organic agriculture between 2003 - 2016 and now produces some of the purest, sustainable and truly exquisite tea in India.

    Although a tea can’t be called Darjeeling if it is not grown in the specific area of West Bengal (like Champagne) the terroir of Sikkim is every bit as good, if not better.

    The whole state is officially under organic agriculture and the garden of Temi is one of the most unspoiled we have ever encountered. The biodiversity is extraordinary and over 1/3 of the state is made up of Khangchendzonga National Park. The garden is nestled high in the lush green foothills of the Eastern Himalayas. On a clear day you can see Kangchenjunga, the highest peak in India and third highest on Earth.

    The garden is concerned with protecting the unique ecosystem and the rich variety of flora and fauna as well as the rich culture and communities of the Lepcha people who live and work among the tea.

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    Country of Origin

    United Kingdom


    ServicePriceEstimated ArrivalOrder WithinFree Delivery Threshold*
    Standard £3.49Friday 16 December to Monday 19 December4 hours, 3 minutes£30.00
    Express £4.49Wednesday 14 December to Friday 16 December4 hours, 3 minutes-
    Courier £6.49Wednesday 14 December4 hours, 3 minutes-
    *For products ordered from Rare Tea Company

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