An aromatic black tea, warmly flavoured with cinnamon, ginger and traditional Indian spices. The perfect winter warmer.
Most tea available in the market is sourced from large plantations, where workers have little control of their fates. This tea is different. It is organically grown in India by independent small-scale tea farmers, who are building a sustainable tea-growing model to give them and their communities a better future.
Tea Promoters India markets tea from about 2000 small farmers, and is fully committed to organic and bio-dynamic tea cultivation.
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