A Rare Sweet Speciality

Kangra, the smallest tea growing region in India, is nestled at the foothills of the Himalayas in the northwestern state of Himachal Pradesh. In the mid-19th Century the Chinese variety Camellia sinensis (var. sinensis) was brought to the region after the lower slopes of Kangra Valley were determined to be ideal for tea cultivation. With the orthodox practices still in use for cultivating tea, Kangra produces a distinctive golden-coloured brew with sweet undertones unlikes teas from other regions.

This season's single-estate:
The Raipur Tea Estate, nestled in the Palampur region of Himachal Pradesh was established in 1894. The family run tea estate is 15 hectares and consists of original Chinese and hybrid Chinese bushes. A cup from the Raipur Tea Estate will surprise you with its unexpected sweeter and fuller taste.

Our Classic Tins aim to promote a handful of tea gardens from Assam, Darjeeling, Kangra and Nilgiris and bring the consumer closer to the producer of their daily tea. #KnowYourTea

Tin Dimensions: 9cm x 9cm x 11cm ( L x W x H )

100g Loose Leaf




This full leaf black tea is known for its texture and sweet, earthy taste.

- Add 1 teaspoon for 2 cups of tea
- Brew for 3 minutes
- We recommend experiencing this tea journey without any milk or sugar