Tea Type There are primarily 4 tea types i.e Black, Green, Oolong & White. Plucked and produced from the same tea plant Camellia Sinensis, each tea type is differentiated based on the level of fermentation/oxidation they go through during production.Black Tea
Grade Tea leaf grading is the process of evaluating products based on the quality and condition of the tea leaves. The highest grades are referred to as "orange pekoe" i.e SFTGFOP1, FTGFOP1, and the lowest as "fannings" or "dust".SFTGOP1
Caffeine The caffeine content in this tea categorized into three broad levels i.e low, medium & high.High
IngredientsNepal Black Tea
- CO2 Filtered Water
- 90-100 Degrees C
- 0.176 oz | 2 gm
- Steep Time
- 3-5 min
Is Black Tea good for health?
Black Tea has specific antioxidants, including catechins and polyphenols, which have been linked to reduce the risk of certain type of cancers. Increased evidence shows that these antioxidants in black tea have been known to reduce atherosclerosis in women (clogged arteries) in women.
How to brew a good cup of Black Tea?
In order to brew a good cup of black tea, take some oxygen-rich, fresh water in a saucepan and bring it to a boil. For a single cup of black tea, take 1 teaspoon (2 grams) of black tea in a teapot. Pour the freshly boiled 180-200 ml of water over the leaves in the teapot. Cover and let it steep for 3-5 minutes according to your taste preference (longer the steeping time, stronger is the tea). Add in Milk and sugar as per your taste and liking!
Which harvest teas do you use in your blends?
All our premium blends are made of a variety of garden-fresh, superior quality teas sourced from their native region. We procure all our teas in their respective prime-harvest seasons, which differ according to the tea type, place of origin, season etc. Procuring these teas during their prime harvest periods means that we get the best quality teas which have an enhanced flavor, character, and freshness.
Where do you source your teas from?
We source our teas from over 150 renowned tea plantations and small individual farms in India. Within the country, we procure from 5 popular tea-producing regions, namely : Darjeeling, Assam, Nilgiri, Kangra, and Sikkim.
How are your teas packed?
After sourcing our teas directly from plantations within hours of harvest, we bring them to our state-of-the-art tea facility in New Delhi, India. The teas then go through rigorous rounds of cleaning, sorting, quality testing to remove any impurities/dust/foreign particles. Teas then pass through a final 10+ quality check points for leaf size, aroma, liquor, flavors etc. They are then vacuum-packaged in opaque aluminium-lined bags using sophisticated machinery. These vacuum-bags are then stored in a dehumidified, temperatuere-controlled warehouse which ensures that the teas remain garden-fresh and maintain their character. Upon recieving a consumer's order, we further pack the required quantity of tea in smaller vacuum-sealed packs which are boxed in the retail boxes and then sent over to our own delivery centres located in various parts of the world.
Himalayan Gold Black Tea
Himalayan Gold Black Tea
The delivery is prompt, received within days. A birthday present from my daughter, who is a regular customer of Vadham and comes highly recommended. The Himalayan gold is smooth and strong enough for my taste. 3g of tea leaves for my medium sized mug with sugar and milk is just perfect for me. I enjoy the aroma. The leaves are of superior quality, no impurities or bits and pieces like some others. Will try other black teas in future.
Take one of the best Assam teas, like the Halmari clonal, and add a hint of one of the best Darjeelings, like the Giddapahar. This is the flavour it has. Thinking of this tea as a non best selling, I was fearing it may not be fresh - but as always, Vahdam delivered an exceptionally fresh and aromatic tea. Fully recommended. For me it is an afternoon tea.
This tea tastes really extraordinary. In order not to get too used to the taste, I drink it only once a week and on special occasions. However, the taste does not differ much from the less expensive "Himalayan Breakfast Black Tea", which is also excellent.