Indian Green Tea: easy guide, top 7 best teas

Last updated: August 12, 2020 at 10:06 am

Indian Green Tea. Why is it special?

Have you ever tried Indian green tea? You are in for a real treat. What other tea can be so muscatel-lish like Darjeeling and mellow and delicate like traditional green tea at the same time? India is known for its sublime black teas , read about Indian black teas here>>. Green tea is a relatively new concept there, however, it is gaining popularity. Health benefits of green tea is definitely a factor in this trend. Green Darjeelings and Assams have been becoming increasingly available over the years and have proved to be remarkable and unique.

Another shade of Grey

Indian Earl Grey green tea is worthy of a special note here. This is probably not exactly what you would expect from your typical robust Earl Grey tea. However, citrusy bergamot and green tea seem to be made for each other and Indian tea producers nailed it.

Ayurvedic Rose Herbal Green Tea [3.5 oz]

Ayurvedic Rose Herbal Green Tea [3.5 oz]

A delectable cup of herbal green tea mixed with exotic and medicinal herbs sourced from the mystical Himachal Valley in Northern India. Our proficient blenders have sourced premium, pure green teas from the heavenly regions of Kangra and Assam. The base is then blended with fresh aromatic Indian spices and an array of exotic and ancient herbs like Holy Basil (Tulsi), Indian ginseng, Indian Valerian, Red Sandalwood amongst others. All of the 21 herbs are blended in specific ratios by our blenders to bring to you a bright, aromatic liquor with grassy and woody notes.
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Himalayan Green Tea Loose Leaf

Himalayan Green Tea Loose Leaf

The Himalayan region boasts of a special soil type and climate which brings out the best character of a tea. Our premium, loose-leaf Himalayan green tea are skilfully handpicked from high-elevation tea estates and we take extra care to keep them in their original form, with the least amount of processing. This is done to retain the maximum amount of anti-oxidants and flavonoids in the green tea. With a myriad of health benefits, we present our green tea in its natural loose-leaf form. Replenish yourself with natural goodness.
Emerald Darjeeling Green Tea (Arya)

Emerald Darjeeling Green Tea (Arya)

Courtesy of the popular Arya tea estate in the blissful region of Darjeeling, this green tea stands above the rest with its remarkably clean flavour profile. One of the best summer green teas of the region with clean, vegetal flavours. The beautiful tightly-rolled leaves give a whiff of forest floor and fresh nuts. Unlike other green teas, this tea is not at all edgy but has a smooth liquor.
Tulsi Green

Tulsi Green

This blend is one of the first products aimed at combining the health benefits of green tea with Tulsi (Holy Basil) leaves. A potpourri of flavors, this tea has classic features and goodness of a masala chai. It's wellness in a cup. Note: CTC teas are not to be brewed in infuser or pincer.
Kashmiri Kahwa

Kashmiri Kahwa

Kahwa is a traditional green tea preparation made with exotic spices. Our signature blend features fine green tea which has been combined with rich ingredients, including cardamom, almonds, cinnamon and cloves. Its signature flavor is derived from the use of saffron strands, that are included in the blend. A truly celebratory tea, Kahwa is best served during brunch hours.
Green Assam Tea

Green Assam Tea

A rare green tea from Assam, India. Its deep green leaves are replete with fragrance of flowers and hits of smoke. The infusion is light, floral and a bit smoky. As it cools, fruity notes of plum and apricot come to the fore, along with hint of grassiness. Overall, a complex and very enjoyable cup. A worthy addition to the Indian green tea pantheon. Please give it a t..
Earl Grey Darjeeling Green Tea

Earl Grey Darjeeling Green Tea

An exquisite green tea with a deliciously floral & citrusy palate. Expertly curated by blending intricately mellow green teas from Darjeeling with the natural oil of the bergamot fruit, this tea is an interesting take on the original English blend prepared with black tea. Bergamot fruit is a pear shaped sour-orange grown in Italy which pairs very well with tea. The cu..

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