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Tukdah Estate 2nd Flush Darjeeling Tea

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Single Estate Darjeeling Black Tea

Brewing Guide

Add 3g of tea to 220ml of water, infuse at 95°c for 3-5mins

Culinary Notes

Try this tea with a creamy French Brie or if you can a Sussex Brie from Alsop and Walker. The textures and flavours that develop are a joy to behold. It is also the perfect accompaniment to a traditional Afternoon Tea and makes a great base for a vinaigrette.

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Tukdah Estate 2nd Flush Darjeeling Tea
Tukdah Estate 2nd Flush Darjeeling Tea
Tukdah Estate 2nd Flush Darjeeling Tea
Tukdah Estate 2nd Flush Darjeeling Tea

Product Description

Darjeeling is one of the world’s best known tea producing areas and there are many estates and gardens in the region that cultivate this wonderful aromatic tea. Tukdah Estate is found high on the hills below the majestic Himalayas on the steep banks of the Teesta river valley and is well renowned for producing great Darjeeling teas.

Darjeeling is known as the Champagne of teas, not without good reason and is recognised by different flushes. First flush is the most sought after and generally the most expensive. It is the first plucking of the season and is picked around early Spring time.

Our Darjeeling is a 2nd flush from Turkdah Estate and has its own delightful qualities. It is picked later in the season, in May or June and is a little more robust with more developed flavours than a first flush, but still bright and fresh and bursting with characteristic muscatel notes as well as fruity and floral tones with a hint of nuttiness. It produces a wonderful amber cup and is totally delightful.


  • Ethical

    We care about the health and wellbeing of the people who grow and harvest our tea. Learn More

  • Sustainable

    Our teas and infusions are blended and packed to the highest standards in sustainability. We do not use plastic and our packaging is 100% recyclable or compostable. Learn More

  • Free shipping on orders over £29

    Meaning you only pay for the product delivered to your door.

Our Green Values

  • Health

  • Hand-blended and packed in the UK.

  • Environmentally sustainable

  • Our blenders have visited over 130 tea estates worldwide to ensure we are using suppliers that have a proven track record of quality and systems management.
  • A major part of this is employee welfare. It also gives us control over the quality of the finished product.
  • Our blenders are certified by SALSA (Safe And Local Supplier Approved) ensuring we can apply strict employee welfare standards to our own supply chain.
  • Our teas come from estates that strive to produce the very best quality and as such will get a proper premium for their teas – a portion of which is reinvested in the health and welfare of their employees.
  • Every ingredient can be traced back to source.
  • All of our suppliers are screened, with thorough documenting of their processes, and audited where deemed necessary.
  • The majority of our suppliers hold accreditation from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) or the International Organisation for Standardization (ISO) and many of the large tea growers are also members of Fairtrade, Rainforest Alliance or involved in the Ethical Tea Partnership.
  • Our teas and infusions are blended and packed in – and delivered from – offices and a factory in the UK.
  • Both buildings were built to the highest possible energy efficiency standards. The office is built using locally sourced oak beams and handmade tiles.
  • Both also use a biomass boiler for heating, water and welfare facilities, with the boiler being fuelled by sustainable wood from the surrounding estate.
  • We do not use plastic and our packaging is 100% recyclable. We work with our stockists to re-use wholesale packaging as many times as possible.
  • Our fusu tea temples are made from plant-based materials.
High standards of welfare