Organic and Biodynamic.
Darjeeling Loose Leaf 100g
Award-winning Darjeeling black Tea from the Makaibari single Estate in Darjeeling, India. A light, afternoon tea with muscatel and fruity tones. This beautiful Tea is perfect for any occasion any time of the day.
Ingredients: Darjeeling Black Tea
Seeds are charged at £3.00 up to £70 in value when it is free.
Delivery is £8.00 for other items and free for orders over £70.00
We try and ship orders received by 12.00.00 on a next day delivery. We mainly use Royal Mail and DPD local
If there are any delays we will advise you immediately.
We are not able to guarantee next day delivery due to events that can be out of our control. Tracking will be added to the online order when shipped.
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Biodynamic farming is a holistic approach to agriculture in which vitality has the highest priority. Its origin lies in the agricultural course held by Rudolf Steiner in 1924. Demeter is the international logo of certified biodynamic food that you will see on packaging in shops and supermarkets, in farm shops, and at farmers' markets selling biodynamic food. It is the world's oldest certification mark, and is your guarantee of high quality food, wine and products farmed and produced to the highest standards.
About Hampstead Tea
Missing home one afternoon in July 1989, having just moved to London from India, Kiran took time off from mothering 2 little boys, and dropped in to the Tea board of India’s London office. There was the usual warm welcome and a flurry of tea cups, and in Rajah Banerjee walked, full of his infectious enthusiasm for his beloved Makaibari estate in Darjeeling.
“No nasties in my soil” he declared, and his comments instantly resonated with her. She had been very concerned at the many “extra” ingredients in food, even baby food, full of E’s and sweeteners.
Biodynamic farming simply ensures that you put more in than you take out, and that animals, plants, people and soil all work together to create a forever living environment.
Yet no tea estate had ever thought about going biodynamic before.
So she packed 5 chests of Darjeeling leaf tea into paper bags in her kitchen and took them to shops, individuals and cafes around London.