My top 5 favourite tea brands (available in Indian market/online)

Are you also a tea person like me? Do you also love to explore different flavours of tea?Then probably our tastes will match 😉

So here are my top 5 favourite tea brands from India.You will find a variety of flavours from them.

Organic India: ORGANIC INDIA is the first company in the world to introduce the sacred Tulsi to the international market as a delicious herbal tea. Tulsi, also called the Holy Basil, is revered throughout India as a sacred herb infused with healing powers. It is considered to be the ‘queen of herbs’. Abundant in antioxidants, our certified organic Tulsi Tea is not only great in taste but also offers relief from stress, increases energy and boosts the immune system. Organic Tulsi tea blends and infusions come in delicious flavors and are available in tea bags or in the loose-leaf form – which come packed in boxes, canisters and in bulk.In India this brand is available across major super markets, Bigbasket, FAB India stores and also in Amazon.For international shipping you can directly order from their website.

My favourite flavour : Tulsi Ginger Turmeric Tea, Tulsi Cleanse and Tulsi Masala Chai. Typically for 25 tea bags you will have to pay for around INR 150-200.Quite a deal for taste plus health benefits 🙂

Teatrunk : I discovered teatrunk from instagram.Their cute logo, unique flavours and packaging caught my eyes.I ordered their apple spice variant instantly and it got delivered within 2 days.Trust me all my guests who tasted that one asked me where I got that tea from.It is really gooood!!!Tea Trunk was founded in 2013 by Tea Sommelier Snigdha Manchanda to source teas direct from farmers and craft them into unique blends.You can shop from their online store for different health benefits or just by for the unique taste. You can also buy teaware from them.

My favourite flavour is definitely Apple spice tea.It comes for around 500 bucks for 15 tea bags.Little pricey but worth it!

Teabox: Teabox is another online discovery of mine.Teabox offers a handpicked selection of the freshest and the finest teas from India and Nepal. Our catalog features
a wide selection of single-origin teas from over 150 tea gardens across Darjeeling, Assam, Kangra, the Nilgiris, and Nepal. In addition, there is an exciting range of iced teas, flavored and non-flavored blends to choose from.You can directly order from their website.They offer both teabags and loose leaf tea and you can sort them based on health benefits or your taste preference.Their website is also very informative.Even if you are ordering for the first time no need to hesitate as you will get enough information regarding the taste,color,aroma and basically whatever goes into it!

My personal favourite is Paan rose green tea.The complex flavors of paan that come together will definitely ease you with your festive indulgences. Fennel, rose petals, green cardamom, it’s all there for a complete paan experience.It comes for INR 349 for 100gms.

Teame : This one is a pretty affordable and easy to find brand in supermarkets especially Godrej nature’s basket.Also you can order them online as well. TE-A-ME brings alive a wide spectrum of feelings, through a fascinating range of Iced Brews, Black Tea, Green Teas, Flower and Fruit Infusions. 

My favourite one is apple cranberry tea.TE-A-ME cranberry apple is made with real apple, cranberry, rosehip and hibiscus. Cranberry apple drink is best for summer time as a mocktail or ice tea.It comes for around 200 bucks for 25 tea bags.The color looks dark pink…I know quite unusual for a tea 😀

Ripple Tea : Last but not the least this one I discovered during my latest visit to Munnar,Kerala. We visited the Kanan Devan Hills Plantations and the tea museum and bought varieties of tea from their store their.You can also buy them online form the link given.

Most of their teas are very affordable within INR 200 range for 100 gms .I particularly liked their black ginger tea and the oolong tea.Worth a try!

Hope you liked the post and will buy a few ones for yourself 🙂

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