Keyhung Assam 2nd Flush Keyhung Assam 2nd Flush GMP - Good Manufacturing Practice - ZooScape LLC Keyhung Assam 2nd Flush Keyhung Assam 2nd Flush Keyhung Assam 2nd Flush Keyhung Assam 2nd Flush Keyhung Assam 2nd Flush Keyhung Assam 2nd Flush Keyhung Assam 2nd Flush Keyhung Assam 2nd Flush Keyhung Assam 2nd Flush Keyhung Assam 2nd Flush Keyhung Assam 2nd Flush Keyhung Assam 2nd Flush Keyhung Assam 2nd Flush Keyhung Assam 2nd Flush

Keyhung Assam 2nd Flush

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Keyhung Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510139 $22.97
8 oz 510140 $38.65
Keyhung Tea 25 tea bags 510141 $22.46
50 tea bags 510142 $35.93

• A strong, full bodied flavor
• Rich and malty in color
Keyhung is in the Indian state of Assam which lies north of Burma, north-east of Bangladesh and south of China. The state of Assam is a security controlled area particularly so since it borders China. During the Chinese invasion of India in 1963 the invading troops stopped not far from Keyhung before peacefully returning to China a few weeks later.

Keyhung is a very large estate covering some 3 square miles of which 2 square miles or 1300 acres is under tea production. Keyhung employs about 3000 laborers who are engaged in plucking, estate husbandry and tea manufacturing. In essence, Keyhung is a small town as the families of the laborers all live on the estate. In total nearly 10,000 people live here. The owners are well regarded as excellent employers; providing housing, schooling and medical facilities right on the estate. Land that is not used for tea cultivation is loaned to the families so they can grow vegetables for their own consumption and sale at the weekly market that takes place on the estate.

In the bamboo groves near the manager's bungalow live hundreds of monkeys. Having breakfast with the state manager is enjoyed with a cacophony of screeches and cries from the monkey families.
ZooScape is proud to be the exclusive distributor of TerraVita teas, herbs and supplements in the United States, Canada and around the world. Please direct all wholesale and bulk inquiries to 1-844-449-0444.
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works great!

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Amazing

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Wonderful Product!

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Great Product!

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Best in a long time

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Tarajulie Tarajulie GMP - Good Manufacturing Practice - ZooScape LLC Tarajulie Tarajulie Tarajulie Tarajulie Tarajulie Tarajulie Tarajulie Tarajulie Tarajulie Tarajulie Tarajulie Tarajulie Tarajulie Tarajulie

Tarajulie

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Tarajulie (Estate Assam) Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510143 $22.97
8 oz 510144 $38.65
Tarajulie (Estate Assam) Tea 25 tea bags 510145 $22.46
50 tea bags 510146 $35.93

• A second flush that is full bodied with a round smoothness
Tarajulie is a beautiful estate that lies in the shadows of the Himalayan mountains on the Bramaputra River plain. On a clear day, the majestic mountains are visible on the northern horizon. The estate was purchased by the George Williamson Group of companies in the mid 1980's and they have maintained the high standards that this estate was known for. The estate produces only orthodox manufactured tea. From time to time on the estate they contend with wild elephants and the occasional tiger. Not too many years ago intrusions by wild animals were not welcomed. Today, however, these "visits" are not seen in the same light. In fact, Tarajulie has maintained some of the forested areas on the estate to provide cover for these endangered animals.

You might ask - What gives Assam tea its special characteristics? The Assam valley is dominated by the Brahmaputra River - a large slowly meandering river which over millennia of spring and fall flooding has deposited a rich loam over the valley. The soil is a deep and sandy and the region suffers a very hot and steamy monsoon season, but equally important a relatively dry and cool winter. Perfect for the Assam tea bush. This area is also susceptible to earthquakes which can make the ground swallow up whole tea bushes but this does not affect the unmistakable rich taste of Tarajulie FBOP.
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jeanmarie11-25-2016

Great!

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Amazing product!

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GMP - Good Manufacturing Practice - ZooScape LLC Gingia Gingia Gingia Gingia Gingia Gingia Gingia Gingia Gingia Gingia Gingia Gingia Gingia Gingia

Gingia

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Gingia Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510127 $27.68
8 oz 510128 $47.28
Gingia Tea 25 tea bags 510129 $25.56
50 tea bags 510130 $41.46

• Has a classic thickness that is juicy and malty
• Very well graded
Second Flush Assams typifies the best qualities that this particular type of Indian tea has to offer. The full bodied maltiness and rich pungency of an Assam is even more pronounced in this season. Although the Assam region does not benefit from the high elevations, this area has remarkable soil alluvial and ideal temperatures for tea. Teas from the Assam tend to be higher in natural tannins and therefore are more astringent and have a "thick" nose. These attributes are highly desirable characters and this particular selection from the Gingia Estate is very rich example - to the point of distinction.

The British became interested in tea cultivation in the Assam region of India in the 1830's when it appeared that arrangements with China which included tea were not going to be extended. The East India Company made representations to the British Governor of India to be allowed to research the possibility of tea cultivation in India. These discovered a hardy camellia that was indigenous to Assam. This particular genus of the camellia eventually became know as the "Assam jat" and today forms the backbone of Assam tea plantations. The "Assam jat" as compared to the "Chinese jat" has more body and richness, whereas the "Chinese jat" tends to be light and flavory.

Selections like this Gingia make the tea tasters work a pleasure. The taster "lives" to find a "cracker" (a.k.a. superior quality tea). This tea was one of the best we have seen from the Assam. It is a self-drinker and has enough flavour and character to hold its own, even with milk and sugar.
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Richard Taylor11-13-2017

Very Pleased

Carlos01-21-2017

What I needed

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Pleased

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wonderful product

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Happy

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Dufflaghur Dufflaghur GMP - Good Manufacturing Practice - ZooScape LLC Dufflaghur Dufflaghur Dufflaghur Dufflaghur Dufflaghur Dufflaghur Dufflaghur Dufflaghur Dufflaghur Dufflaghur Dufflaghur Dufflaghur Dufflaghur Dufflaghur

Dufflaghur

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Dufflaghur Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510123 $10.35
8 oz 510124 $16.54
Dufflaghur Tea 25 tea bags 510125 $19.00
50 tea bags 510126 $29.34

• Also referred to as Black Gunpowder Tea
• Bright and full bodied with a malty character
The Northeast region of India is the world's largest regional producer of tea. The tea growing regions in the area are the Dooars, Cachars and Assam - Assam being the most important. In total, approximately 20% of the world's annual production (Assam produces nearly 500,000,000 kilos of tea) is produced here. It is noteworthy to point out that the tea production only takes place for 9 1/2 months since the tea bushes are dormant due to cold weather from mid December to end February - sometimes into early March if it is an extraordinarily cold winter.

From May through to mid July, the scenery and aroma in this region is unbelievable. The area is a hubbub of activity - tea fields virtually festooned with the tea pluckers in Joseph-like multicolored garments, thousands of tons of green leaf being transported down country roads to the tea factories, a beehive of activity at the factories to process the green leaf at the `"peak" of its quality, markets, children coming home from school - it is truly an incredible scene.

Dufflaghur is an estate on the north bank of the Brahmaputra River in the central region of the Assam province called East Boroi. Dufflaghur is a "dual production" estate - meaning it can produce both Orthodox and CTC teas. Generally orthodox teas are produced in the first 4 months of the new season corresponding to top quality and highest prices. This BPS grade is special and comparatively an unusual tea. It is actually a product of the orthodox manufacturing process but represents less than a quarter of one percent of Dufflaghur's annual production - hence its rarity. The young leaves are tightly compressed into little balls during a rolling process during manufacturing thus retaining the inherent qualities of this very good Assam tea very well.

It is interesting to see how this Black Gunpowder (or black pearls) uncurl. The cup quality of this tea is prized by discriminating consumers who are looking for something different in the way of tea.
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David10-15-2017

Works great

josh08-27-2017

Great to do business with

Marissa10-22-2014

Quality product

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Very Satisfied

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Satisfied

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Great Service!

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GMP - Good Manufacturing Practice - ZooScape LLC Bukhial TGFOP Bukhial TGFOP Bukhial TGFOP Bukhial TGFOP Bukhial TGFOP Bukhial TGFOP Bukhial TGFOP Bukhial TGFOP Bukhial TGFOP Bukhial TGFOP Bukhial TGFOP Bukhial TGFOP Bukhial TGFOP Bukhial TGFOP

Bukhial TGFOP

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Bukhial - TGFOP Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510119 $24.23
8 oz 510120 $40.97
Bukhial - TGFOP Tea 25 tea bags 510121 $23.30
50 tea bags 510122 $37.42

• From one of the best estates in Assam
• A Mellow and malty flavor
Bukhial is a tea estate belonging to and managed by George Willamson Assam Ltd - the world's largest privately held tea plantation group. Bukhial is situated on the south side of the Brahmaputra River in the state of Assam near a remote region called Nagaland. Wild elephants still roam the estate, but it could be worse; a century ago headhunters also lurked in the forests! In this area rainfall is lower which makes the bushes grow more slowly, producing an outstanding tea. This well-made orthodox leaf tea produces a strong, colory and flavorful cup. The manager Mr. Dhar is rightfully proud of the fantastic reputation of this estate.

You might ask - What gives Assam tea its special characteristics? The Assam valley is dominated by the Brahmaputra River - a large slowly meandering river which over millennia of fall flooding has deposited a rich loam over the valley. The soil is a deep and sandy and the region suffers a very hot and steamy monsoon season, but equally important a relatively dry and cool winter. Perfect for the Assam tea bush. This area is also susceptible to earthquakes which can make the ground swallow up whole tea bushes but this does not affect the unmistakable rich taste of Bukhial TGFOP.
ZooScape is proud to be the exclusive distributor of TerraVita teas, herbs and supplements in the United States, Canada and around the world. Please direct all wholesale and bulk inquiries to 1-844-449-0444.
Margaret02-03-2016

thankyou

Rachelle06-12-2014

works great!

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zooscape!

Kelly09-15-2012

good service!

Margaret08-20-2012

great!

Katie11-29-2011

the best

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GMP - Good Manufacturing Practice - ZooScape LLC Bukhial PF Bukhial PF Bukhial PF Bukhial PF Bukhial PF Bukhial PF Bukhial PF Bukhial PF Bukhial PF Bukhial PF Bukhial PF Bukhial PF Bukhial PF Bukhial PF

Bukhial PF

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Bukhial - PF Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510115 $22.50
8 oz 510116 $37.80
Bukhial - PF Tea 25 tea bags 510117 $22.17
50 tea bags 510118 $35.40

• Coppery and bright with a full bodied strength
Bukhial is a tea estate belonging to and managed by George Willamson Assam Ltd. - the world's largest privately held tea plantation group. Bukhial is situated on the south side of the Brahmaputra River in the state of Assam near a remote region called Nagaland. Wild elephants still roam the estate, but it could be worse; a century ago headhunters also lurked in the forests! In this area rainfall is lower which makes the bushes grow more slowly, producing an outstanding tea. For those of you that like a very full bodied tea with flavor and stringency and has "oomph" in the cup - this is it!

You will see by the leaf appearance that the tea is very small and rounded. The reason for it being like this is simple. There are tea companies in Japan, Germany, France and Scandinavia who wanted a tea for tea bags which had:
  • quality that was in the top 5 percentile of world quality (well into the specialty tea quality)
  • price was no object
  • the best malty and "mouth-feel" flavor and character they could find in a tea
These companies only pack this tea for very special clients and in very special packets - an exceptionally exclusive tea.

We decided that what was good enough for heads of state, chair people of major multinational corporations and embassies, was the tea for us!
ZooScape is proud to be the exclusive distributor of TerraVita teas, herbs and supplements in the United States, Canada and around the world. Please direct all wholesale and bulk inquiries to 1-844-449-0444.
Greg04-18-2018

great

ADMIR08-08-2017

good service

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great value!

Alejandro04-27-2016

Great product

Joanna09-15-2014

zooscape service!

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Amazing Product

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GMP - Good Manufacturing Practice - ZooScape LLC Hunwal GBOP Hunwal GBOP Hunwal GBOP Hunwal GBOP Hunwal GBOP Hunwal GBOP Hunwal GBOP Hunwal GBOP Hunwal GBOP Hunwal GBOP Hunwal GBOP Hunwal GBOP Hunwal GBOP Hunwal GBOP

Hunwal GBOP

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Hunwal - GBOP Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510135 $22.97
8 oz 510136 $38.65
Hunwal - GBOP Tea 25 tea bags 510137 $22.46
50 tea bags 510138 $35.93

• A coppery bright second flush with astringency
Hunwal is a tea estate belonging to and managed by George Willamson Assam Ltd - the world's largest privately held tea plantation group. Hunwal is situated on the south side of the Brahmaputra River in the state of Assam near a remote region called Nagaland.

From time to time there are problems with guerrillas coming across the border from Burma. Additionally, wild elephants still roam the estate, but it could be worse; a century ago headhunters also lurked in the forests! In this area rainfall is lower which makes the bushes grow more slowly, the soil is sandy volcanic and because of the slightly higher altitude the temperatures are cooler - all complaints which are perfect for outstanding tea.

This well-made orthodox leaf tea produces a full bodied colory and flavorful cup. You might ask - What gives Assam tea its special characteristics? The Assam valley is dominated by the Brahmaputra River - a large slow meandering river which over millennia of fall flooding has deposited a rich loam over the valley. The soil is deep and sandy and the region suffers a very hot and steamy monsoon season, but equally important a relatively dry and cool winter.

Some recent historical facts about Assam:
  • Prior to The Second World War King George IV (Queen Elizabeth's father) stayed at Hunwal during a state visit to India
  • Assam was heavily garrisoned during The War because of fears the Japanese Army would invade from Burma
  • DC3's used Tinsukia Airport as a jumping off point for flights "over the Hump" to replenish General Stilwell's troops
  • In 1963 China invaded India through the Assam valley. They stopped after one day and withdrew under pressures from the world community
ZooScape is proud to be the exclusive distributor of TerraVita teas, herbs and supplements in the United States, Canada and around the world. Please direct all wholesale and bulk inquiries to 1-844-449-0444.
Kerryann12-18-2019

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Luis08-23-2018

Review

Gary04-21-2018

Good!

Alexandria10-03-2015

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GMP - Good Manufacturing Practice - ZooScape LLC Hunwal FBOP 2nd Flush Hunwal FBOP 2nd Flush Hunwal FBOP 2nd Flush Hunwal FBOP 2nd Flush Hunwal FBOP 2nd Flush Hunwal FBOP 2nd Flush Hunwal FBOP 2nd Flush Hunwal FBOP 2nd Flush Hunwal FBOP 2nd Flush Hunwal FBOP 2nd Flush Hunwal FBOP 2nd Flush Hunwal FBOP 2nd Flush Hunwal FBOP 2nd Flush Hunwal FBOP 2nd Flush

Hunwal FBOP 2nd Flush

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Hunwal - FBOP Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510131 $22.97
8 oz 510132 $38.65
Hunwal - FBOP Tea 25 tea bags 510133 $22.46
50 tea bags 510134 $35.93

• An excellent malty character
• A leafy second flush Assam
Hunwal is a tea estate belonging to and managed by George Willamson Assam Ltd - the world's largest privately held tea plantation group. Hunwal is situated on the south side of the Brahmaputra River in the state of Assam near a remote region called Nagaland.

From time to time there are problems with guerrillas coming across the border from Burma. Additionally, wild elephants still roam the estate, but it could be worse; a century ago headhunters also lurked in the forests! In this area rainfall is lower which makes the bushes grow more slowly, the soil is sandy volcanic and because of the slightly higher altitude the temperatures are cooler - all complaints which are perfect for outstanding tea.

This well-made orthodox leaf tea produces a full bodied colory and flavorful cup. You might ask - What gives Assam tea its special characteristics? The Assam valley is dominated by the Brahmaputra River - a large slow meandering river which over millennia of fall flooding has deposited a rich loam over the valley. The soil is deep and sandy and the region suffers a very hot and steamy monsoon season, but equally important a relatively dry and cool winter.

Some recent historical facts about Assam:
  • Prior to The Second World War King George IV (Queen Elizabeth's father) stayed at Hunwal during a state visit to India
  • Assam was heavily garrisoned during The War because of fears the Japanese Army would invade from Burma
  • DC3's used Tinsukia Airport as a jumping off point for flights "over the Hump" to replenish General Stilwell's troops
  • In 1963 China invaded India through the Assam valley. They stopped after one day and withdrew under pressures from the world community
ZooScape is proud to be the exclusive distributor of TerraVita teas, herbs and supplements in the United States, Canada and around the world. Please direct all wholesale and bulk inquiries to 1-844-449-0444.
Mary02-04-2017

very satisfied

Daniel03-24-2014

Good Value

roger05-20-2013

Wonderful!

Troy03-26-2013

works great

Brian03-14-2013

Satisfied!

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GMP - Good Manufacturing Practice - ZooScape LLC Borengajuli - FBOP Borengajuli - FBOP Borengajuli - FBOP Borengajuli - FBOP Borengajuli - FBOP Borengajuli - FBOP Borengajuli - FBOP Borengajuli - FBOP Borengajuli - FBOP Borengajuli - FBOP Borengajuli - FBOP Borengajuli - FBOP Borengajuli - FBOP Borengajuli - FBOP

Borengajuli - FBOP

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Borengajuli - FBOP Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510111 $22.97
8 oz 510112 $38.65
Borengajuli - FBOP Tea 25 tea bags 510113 $22.46
50 tea bags 510114 $35.93

• Malty with a jammy-like flavor
• A premium tea whose flavor is captured at its peak
Borengajuli is a wonderful tea estate that is in the Mangaldai district of Assam. On a clear day the Himalaya Mountains are clearly visible. The tea bushes of this estate have been carefully selected through natural cloning. This means that tea bushes that display outstanding characteristics such as yield, abundance of "tip," flavor, and regular and consistent sized leaf were replanted in a tea nursery. Leaf cuttings were then taken from these bushes to grow a "mother stock" of tea-like bushes. From the mother stock more cuttings were taken which were then planted in the estate. The result is a high yielding tea plantation whose produce exhibits exemplary flavor, bright coppery color in the cup and outstanding leaf style. It is no wonder that Borengajuli has become one of the most sought after teas from Assam.

George Williamson pioneered vacuum packing at the estate level and Borengajuli was one the first Assam estates whose produce was vacuum packed. Tea goes through an natural oxidation process whereby it ages due to its interaction with oxygen. By vacuum packing this process is arrested until the vacuum is broken. When we repack Borengajuli it is out of a vacuum for no more than 30 minutes after which it is re-vacuumed. In essence this tea is literally 2 hours old, in terms of freshness. The only place to get fresher tea would be to go to the estate itself.

You might ask - What gives Assam tea its special characteristics? The Assam valley is dominated by the Brahmaputra River - a large slowly meandering river which over millennia of spring and fall flooding has deposited a rich loam over the valley. The soil is a deep and sandy and the region suffers a very hot and steamy monsoon season, but equally important a relatively dry and cool winter. Perfect for the Assam tea bush. This area is also susceptible to earthquakes which can make the ground swallow up whole tea bushes but this does not affect the unmistakable rich taste of Borengajuli FBOP.
ZooScape is proud to be the exclusive distributor of TerraVita teas, herbs and supplements in the United States, Canada and around the world. Please direct all wholesale and bulk inquiries to 1-844-449-0444.
Cesar05-05-2021

excellent service!

Amy05-06-2017

good

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June12-31-2014

excellent

Freddshk01-17-2013

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GMP - Good Manufacturing Practice - ZooScape LLC Organic Assam Organic Assam Organic Assam Organic Assam Organic Assam Organic Assam Organic Assam Organic Assam Organic Assam Organic Assam Organic Assam Organic Assam Organic Assam Organic Assam

Organic Assam

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Organic Assam Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510464 $17.26
8 oz 510465 $28.06
Organic Assam Tea 25 tea bags 510466 $19.18
50 tea bags 510467 $29.98

• Full bodied and brisk with tremendous flavor
Organic tea is produced without the input of chemical fertilizers or pesticides and herbicides. Unfortunately the yield per acre is lower and quite often quality can suffer compared to when fertilizers and others inputs are utilized. Nevertheless with good manufacturing techniques the cup characteristics can be maintained at a very high level. Such is the case with this tea.

This tea is a classic top quality Assam, very full bodied and tending "juicy." Quite often milk is used to tone down the strength of the tea since milk gives the tea a smoothness that is very pleasant and highlights the malty notes.

Historically, the Assam tea bush is a subgenus of Camellia Sinensis. This variety was found growing wild in the Assam province of northeast India in the 1823, when the British East India Company was studying a proposal to grow tea in India. The idea was turned down for fears that India's production might endanger their China tea monopoly. Ten years later had changed. The company's illegal trafficking had angered the Chinese government and the British Crown overrode the objections of the East India Company and backed a project to grow tea in India. By 1837, it was successfully cultivated in Assam and in May 1838 a few chests were shipped to London (true organic tea - grown before the advent artificial fertilizers and herbicides). The first consignment of 8 chests of Assam tea was auctioned off in 1839 heralding the advent of Indian Tea in the world markets.

Tea continues to play an important political role in India's development. Not only do millions of people gather their main source of family income from the tea business, but in 1946 Mahatma Ghandi in his non-violent struggle for Independence is known to have taken tea to King George-V at Buckingham Palace for their historic discussion on Indian Independence.
ZooScape is proud to be the exclusive distributor of TerraVita teas, herbs and supplements in the United States, Canada and around the world. Please direct all wholesale and bulk inquiries to 1-844-449-0444.
Natalie07-11-2020

Wonderful!

Aaron09-11-2014

works for me

Carol09-26-2013

excellent!

kevin09-25-2012

very satisfied

peggy03-20-2012

Satisfied!

Orryon12-28-2010

Good Value

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GMP - Good Manufacturing Practice - ZooScape LLC Canadian Breakfast Canadian Breakfast Canadian Breakfast Canadian Breakfast Canadian Breakfast Canadian Breakfast Canadian Breakfast Canadian Breakfast Canadian Breakfast Canadian Breakfast Canadian Breakfast Canadian Breakfast Canadian Breakfast Canadian Breakfast

Canadian Breakfast

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Canadian Breakfast Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510340 $23.84
8 oz 510341 $40.25
Canadian Breakfast Tea 25 tea bags 510342 $23.04
50 tea bags 510343 $36.96

• Malty notes with flower-like hints and delicate wisps of oakiness
This tea blend was specially created taking into consideration the nuances of the various waters across Canada. To be considered as "the toast of Canada" from a tea perspective, the tea had to be able to "shine" in any water. For this reason, a broad range of origin teas were used. More than 35 various teas were tasted using the water sent to us from various parts of the country. The tasting session extended more then 2 days until the right blend was achieved which combined the best teas a synergistic relation. A few additional refinements were undertaken the final result was an outstanding tea, the best in Canada, if not North America or the world.

The Assam component (2nd flush, June Production) gives a thick malty and full bodied character. The Kenyan component gives a floral-like cup and coppery infusion whereas the South Indian component gives superb fruity and sprightly flavor with a lovely finish. From Sri Lanka (formerly called Ceylon) we used a January production Dimbula which gives an airy piquant flavor that opens the blend. Lastly, to draw everything together we added some Keemun which gives a burgundy depth with light oaky notes.

Canada has a history of consuming the best teas in the world. During the 1960's and 1970's, on a world scale, it was Canadian and Irish tea companies that paid the most for the teas which formed the basis of the blends that were readily available in their respective countries. Sadly, in Canada and to a lesser extent in Ireland, as the tea blenders became older and started retiring, the large tea companies did not see the need to maintain the quality. There were competitive pressures in the market place and these had to be met. Consequently, the overall tea quality in Canada declined over the 1980's and 1990's. Luckily, concurrent with the dramatic quality decline there was a tea trading company in existence at the time, named Hayter and Scandrett that trained it's personnel exceedingly well in the fine points of tasting and recognizing quality teas. These personnel carried the blending secrets and knowledge of fine quality tea that was later transformed into the best tea blend in Canada, resurrecting Canada's long history to drinking and enjoying the world's best teas.

A tea tasters secret recipe for a pick-me-up on a cold day - make this tea hot as above, pour into a large mug and add 4-5 slices of lemon and 2 heaping teaspoons of sugar - sit back and enjoy a tasty energy boost. To make a special iced tea - after you have added the lemon and sugar, pour this over ice in a tall glass - terrific!
ZooScape is proud to be the exclusive distributor of TerraVita teas, herbs and supplements in the United States, Canada and around the world. Please direct all wholesale and bulk inquiries to 1-844-449-0444.
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Czar Nicholas Russian Caravan

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Czar Nicholas Russian Caravan Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510348 $23.84
8 oz 510349 $40.25
Czar Nicholas Russian Caravan Tea 25 tea bags 510350 $23.04
50 tea bags 510351 $36.96

• Lively and sprightly with toast notes
During the Czar's time, tea was the most important drink after vodka. In fact, even today the tradition continues as Russia and the CIS are major consumers of tea in world terms. Their tastes have changed over the years but light bright flavory teas are still in high demand in Russia. Quite often the tea is thrown into a pot and allowed to simmer and steep all day; (evidence of this custom can be seen in the Russian samovar - the ideal means of serving tea Russian style). This is one reason you need a light liquoring tea with flavor to be considered for Russian Caravan Tea.

The history of this tea goes back hundreds of years. In the city of Xian in central China, one can see historical marker that is acknowledged to be the beginning of the Silk Road, the trail that lead to central Asia (areas such as the Caucuses and the Black Sea). One of the commodities taken along the Silk Road was tea. The tea that was carried on the camel trains left a lasting impression on central Asia, so much so that to supplement their importation of tea, tea was cultivated in the region.

The Lapsang Souchong in the blend gives the hint of mystery, no doubt in the days of the camel trains across Asia this mysterious character was absorbed on the trail from evening campfires or from the camels themselves. Imagine for a moment the starry nights on the plains of Asia enroute with your precious cargo of tea to the opulent courts of St. Petersburg. You are hunkering down under your blanket and sipping tea fit for a king while trying to ward off the cold bite in the night air. As the tea courses its way into your body and warms you, you think, now this is the Life!
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steve07-23-2016

Satisfied

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good service!

Cindy02-27-2014

great!

Donald07-15-2013

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Gary09-19-2012

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Tod12-01-2010

works great!

Terry10-05-2007

Not bad; but not Jackson's of Piccadilly

It was a tragedy to connoisseurs when Twining's bought Jackson's of Piccadilly and dropped the Russian Caravan line. This Terravita is really not a substitute, an okay sachet drinkable but not in the same calibre as Jackson's.

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Vienna Opera Ball

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Vienna Opera Ball Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510336 $23.84
8 oz 510337 $40.25
Vienna Opera Ball Tea 25 tea bags 510338 $23.04
50 tea bags 510339 $36.96

• Smooth, round flavor
• Misty Danuble morning taste
An annual tradition in Vienna is the Vienna Opera Ball. During this time the well-heeled polish their medals, dust off 19th century and early 20th century military uniforms, and take to the dance floor with wives or mistresses who are bedecked in flowing evening gowns from a bygone era. The best orchestra in the land is playing the Johann Strauss waltzes that made Vienna the music capital of the late 1800's. The River Danube flows gently past the windows of this classic evening transporting all to a mystic land of romance and chivalry.

This tea, with its hint of sultry jasmine reminiscent of romantic evenings, transports one to this special event. We recommend that this tea be prepared for special occasions with friends, quiet candlelight and Johann Strauss's Emperor Waltz or Waltz of The Blue Danube softly playing in the background.
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lisa07-15-2015

great product

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Very Happy

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Good Service

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GMP - Good Manufacturing Practice - ZooScape LLC Dragonmoon Dragonmoon Dragonmoon Dragonmoon Dragonmoon Dragonmoon Dragonmoon Dragonmoon Dragonmoon Dragonmoon Dragonmoon Dragonmoon Dragonmoon Dragonmoon

Dragonmoon

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Dragonmoon Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510320 $23.84
8 oz 510321 $40.25
Dragonmoon Tea 25 tea bags 510322 $23.04
50 tea bags 510323 $36.96

• Full bodied tea with point, flavor and notes of muscatel
The practice of employing poetic or picturesque names to tea varieties is "steeped" in history. Merchants named their blends to distinguish them from competing blends and to create a brand awareness, (18th century marketing concepts that hold true today). They did this by combining special teas from various regions of the world to create "classic" cups of tea. The originality of each blend is a result of a careful alchemy - the tea master attempting to turn green into gold. The ultimate acceptance and test to the early tea masters was their contemporaries copying their blends, or if in a tasting session, a series of positive grunts that were intended to be interpreted as good. These blends very quickly became the signature or standard of exotic parties when hostesses would entertain their guests in grand style, typically on grandiose lawns or on sweeping verandahs.

The Dragonmoon blend is based on a classic blend which combines:
  • Assam - a delicious second flush tea (only produced during June when the weather are "just right") with all the maltiness and smooth characteristics that the world has come to expect of the best Assams.
  • Darjeeling - a second flush high grown Darjeeling from the estate Soom with mysterious and magical muscatel character.
  • Dimbula Ceylon - a February production Dimbula (February is when the Dimbula region peaks in quality) from estate Hatton displaying the coppery depth and flavor of an exceptional Ceylon.
This "menage a trois" has personality and character, yet does not overwhelm. Dragonmoon has the strength and regal character of the dragon yet matched with the luminous quality of an early evening full moon (as seen in the color on the resulting brew). We recommend this tea as a lovely after dinner tea or a midday refresher. You will find the intriguing flavor well suited to your palate.
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great product

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Amazing

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Great Product!

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Great!

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Hooghly Holler

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Hooghly Holler Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510324 $23.84
8 oz 510325 $40.25
Hooghly Holler Tea 25 tea bags 510326 $23.04
50 tea bags 510327 $36.96

• Full bodied and pungent
• Combines vanilla green tea and flavory maltiness
Calcutta is the centre of the Indian tea trade and during it's heyday it was the centre of the British influence in India. In Calcutta the sights and flavors that abound are many and varied. You will look one way and say, "wow, that is the strangest thing I have ever seen," only to look another way and say, "No, that is the strangest."

The Calcutta Swimming Club and the Tollygung Golf Club both serve teas which have local character. Our blend takes these profiles into account. We detected notes of aromatic citrus in the garden of the Swimming Club (hence the Earl Grey note). The tea served was sweetened with mango blossom honey (hence the sweet honey notes). At the Tollygung they tended towards spice characters such as Ginger and Vanilla. Rounding the blend out and drawing all the distinct components together was full flavored Assam - the richest tea in the world.
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Amazing product!

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Moroccan Madness

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Moroccan Madness Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510332 $14.17
8 oz 510333 $22.35
Moroccan Madness Tea 25 tea bags 510334 $17.21
50 tea bags 510335 $26.43

• Malty and flavory with the cool accent of peppermint
Traditionally, Moroccans consume a harsh beverage prepared with fresh or dried mint leaves. The English were thought to have introduced Moroccans to tea, which was delightfully welcomed as a pleasant way to blend out the harshness of mint. The introduction came about on account of the proximity of the British at their garrison in Gibraltar. The trade links between Gibraltar and Morocco made the blending of cultures and the adoption of black tea a natural extension of their geographic position.

We have taken some liberties with this blend as Moroccans originally used green tea in their mix and we have substituted fine black teas for their strength. If you can picture yourself sitting on a long fringe carpet in a colorful tiled room decorated in bright Islamic design, sipping from a small handpainted glass, you may discover one of the many pleasures of this ancient kingdom. Moroccans say that tea should be bitter as death, sweet as life, and as mellow as love. We've tried to capture that in this cup.
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excellent service

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Morning Miracle

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Morning Miracle Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510328 $23.84
8 oz 510329 $40.25
Morning Miracle Tea 25 tea bags 510330 $23.04
50 tea bags 510331 $36.96

• A brisk, bright and lively flavor
When day breaks and you struggle to get your eyes open it sometimes seems that only a miracle will result in any mental responsiveness. We aim, not only to provide a blend worthy of wakefulness, but also to inspire excitement when you come to the realization of the wonderment in your cup.

This composition is almost poetic when married with the milk and sugar in the traditional style of nabobs. On its own, the liquor is majestic and its grand profile offers a sublime moment when you can enjoy the peace and pace you set in your first light of the day. Cold winter mornings are much warmer if you hold your cup in both hands and quaff the invigorating drink to take the chill out of your bones. Once stimulated you can take on the day and a few more cups can keep you instep right up until the moon rises, someday that's a miracle onto itself. Miracles are possible!
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JAMES12-05-2017

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Can't live without it

Bill Meadows09-13-2012

Amazing!

Keli02-29-2012

wonderful product

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Good job!

Christopher05-09-2003

Works Great!

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French Blend

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French Blend Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510344 $10.70
8 oz 510345 $17.23
French Blend Tea 25 tea bags 510346 $19.33
50 tea bags 510347 $29.87

• Flavor notes from vanilla blended with flavory black teas
Truly a unique and wonderful tea. With their innate sense of style and sophistication, the French elevate even the simple act of taking tea to an art form. From the delightful tea salons dotting every Parisian arrondissement to tea served at outdoor cafes nestled in the hills of Provence, you will find French Blend the pinnacle of everything tea.

The Assam component gives the tea richness, like a brocade at Versailles. Whereas the Nilgiri and Ceylon gives the tea a saucy but sprightly flavor. From Kenya there is romance and mystery with superb golden color notes and from China there is the delicate perfume of Jasmine, so often used in Parisian perfumes. To cement the French character, lavender from Provence was added along with some rose petals, a tea fit for the Latin Quarter along the Seine.

Tea became the fashionable beverage in French society toward the end of the reign of Louis XIV. Members of the upper class would gather to debate issues of the day and drink tea. Princess of Palatine remarked in 1706 that tea could make one chaste and therefore was better for Catholic priests than for Protestant ministers.

French art romanticized the tea hour in their paintings as artists such as Chardin and Boucher painter teapots into the rich still-life works and portrayed society at festive teas set in exquisitely furnished rooms. They captured voluptuous women taking tea in the intimacy of their boudoirs or languishing at tea tables resplendent with silver and lace. One of the more ambitious teas paintings was Barthelemy's "Le The a l'Anglais" which he painted in 1776. The elaborate work depicts Mozart at the harpsichord performing for the gentry seated at tea tables in the Paris salon of the Prince de Conti.

What really makes French tea unique is the accompaniment of "une patisserie." Careme (1783-1833), a celebrated patisserie chef declared a pastry to be one of the noblest forms of architecture. One of our favorite methods of taking French tea is with a buttery croissant, "pain au chocolat" or "le muffin" accompanied by a fruit confiture.
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Kendra01-01-2017

Great product

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