The delicate shoot (two leaves & a bud) is plucked from the tea shrub, which when processed makes the 'tea'.

The delicate shoot (two leaves & a bud) is plucked from the tea shrub, which when processed makes the 'tea'.

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#DarjeelingTea - freshly picked tea leaves from the www.tathagatafarm.com ready for drying.

#DarjeelingTea - freshly picked tea leaves from the www.tathagatafarm.com ready for drying.

Mineral Spring is a certified organic village producing the best tea in Darjeeling. Learn all about tea production in this village through us www.tathagatafarm.com

Mineral Spring is a certified organic village producing the best tea in Darjeeling. Learn all about tea production in this village through us www.tathagatafarm.com

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Whilst you are in the land of 'champagne of tea' you should be bathing in the unlimited supply of authentic #DarjeelingTea... & that is exactly what we promise you here www.tathagatafarm.com

Whilst you are in the land of 'champagne of tea' you should be bathing in the unlimited supply of authentic #DarjeelingTea... & that is exactly what we promise you here www.tathagatafarm.com

Learn all that you need to know about  #DarjeelingTea, from farming, plucking, processing to brewing at www.tathagatafarm.com It is not a tea class, it is just about sharing what we are so passionate about :)

Learn all that you need to know about #DarjeelingTea, from farming, plucking, processing to brewing at www.tathagatafarm.com It is not a tea class, it is just about sharing what we are so passionate about :)

Remember those moments when you stumble across something very pleasant and unexpected. We just had one of those moments when we came across Riverstation, Bristol blog http://riverstation.co.uk/blog/wordpress/a-cup-of-tease/ Seems like our www.tatahagatafarm.com garden tea is being lovingly served at the Riverstation Restaurant on request. Great to hear that our tea is providing some warmth and a smidgen of Indian bliss in UK.

Remember those moments when you stumble across something very pleasant and unexpected. We just had one of those moments when we came across Riverstation, Bristol blog http://riverstation.co.uk/blog/wordpress/a-cup-of-tease/ Seems like our www.tatahagatafarm.com garden tea is being lovingly served at the Riverstation Restaurant on request. Great to hear that our tea is providing some warmth and a smidgen of Indian bliss in UK.

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