• What can you do with brewed Tea Leaves??

    What can you do with brewed Tea Leaves??

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    Uses of Brewed Tea Leaves After you drink your favorite Tea, what do you do with the brewed leaves. Well don’t throw them away. We can reuse them to do something positive. Whether it is brewing another cup, cleaning our house or care for our plants.   Use Brewed Tea leaves to Deodorize your refrigerator or your shoes Fill a bowl with used green...
  • Loose Leaf Tea Vs Tea Bags

    Loose Leaf Tea Vs Tea Bags

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    Loose Leaf Tea Vs Tea Bags Tea Bags is easy to brew, they have a consistent taste and is cheap and easy to mass produce. But, let me tell you that it is high time that you ditch the tea bags and go for whole leaves tea rather!! The leaves in most tea bags are actually the ‘dust and fannings’ from broken tea leaves....
  • Tea Liquor

    Tea Liquor

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    Different Color of the TEA CUP When we talk of Tea Liquor, it means the resulting liquor or liquid produced after brewing tea. There are many kinds of teas and liquors of all Teas will be different. Liquor of the Tea depends on various factors like the quality of tea leaf, altitude of the tea plant, the manufacturing process, brewing of tea, etc. There...
  • Straight From the Gardens

    Straight From the Gardens

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    Straight From the Gardens Tea has been traded and passed from one hand to another since colonial times. Earlier TEA after manufacturing used to be purchased by local traders and then these Teas used to stay in their warehouses for quite some time before they were sold to end consumers as per demand. Further, in this process, Teas got transferred from one wholesaler /...
  • Flavourful Cups

    Flavourful Cups

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    Flavourful Cups CTC Tea (Chai) Assam tea steeps up to a deep ruby-colored liquid with a rich malty flavor tending toward the bitter side. Teas from Dooars are dark and full-bodied, yet not as strong as Assam teas. The brew from this leaf is richly coloured,they taste spicy and liqueur-like. Both Assam and Doaars CTC tea takes milk well and can usually use a...
  • Hard Working Tea Pluckers

    Hard Working Tea Pluckers

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    Hard Working Tea Pluckers of the Tea Gardens of Darjeeling Inside the stunning Tea Estates, women naturally pluck tea leaves to prime them before production. Everything is handcrafted and done manually without any automation. Life of a Tea Plucker Wake up!Rise before the sun. Breakfast and lunch are prepared and packed. Children are sent to school. And then off to the tea garden she...
  • Lush Tea Gardens

    Lush Tea Gardens

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    Lush Tea Gardens The beautiful and charming tea gardens in and around Darjeeling are a remnant of the colonial past. Tea was first introduced to this Himalayan city in West Bengal in the mid-19th century by the British, and these sprawling tea estates are still reminiscent of that culture. A trip to these vast stretches of tea plantations is all about misty mornings, tea...
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