"Green tea from organic cultivation. On the southernmost tip of India, in the ridges of the Ghats mountains but only 120 km from Cape Comorin, lie the Manjolai (Mango Jungle), the Oothu and Manimuttar plantations. They are surrounded by wild, unspoiled landscape, which is a nature reserve.This fragrantly fresh tea is the result of our long-standing, friendly collaboration with the pioneers of organic cultivation in India.Tip: 11g tea leaves (6 level Teelamass) to 1 liter filtered or soft, 90°C/194°F hot water (allow water to cool off for 3 - 5 min. after boiling). Allow to brew 1.5 min."
Tea for tigers
TeaGschwendner donates EUR 1.00 for each tea bag sold to Kalakad Wildlife Sancturary in South India. The rainforest around Oathu and Manjolai Gardens are home and the last place of refuge for a few Royal Bengal Tigers. By buying this tea you are helping to save this wonderful animals.
Smooth, 22nd Dec 2021
Reviewer: Seanna Tully
My healthcare provider wanted me to switch only to green tea, and tbh I wasn’t excited. This tea is a smooth fresh cup without much bitterness and acridity that you typically find in green tea. Plus, you’re helping save the tigers! Win win!