Rainforest Alliance

The Rainforest Alliance is built on four pillars of sustainable farming, i.e. conserving bio-diversity, ensuring sustainable livelihoods, natural resource conservation & effective planning and farm management systems. It sets standards for sustainability to conserve wildlife, wetlands & promote the well- being of workers & their communities.
 

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  • Castleton FTGFOP1

    $28.00 CAD for 125g
    This second flush tea has the hallmark coppery, deep brown leaves that produce a dark golden tea possessing a full Muscatel finish. The Castleton Tea Estate, located in Kurseong South Valley, was planted in 1885 and has had a distinguished history and is now owned by the Goodrickes company. It is predominantly planted with China variety bushes.
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  • Margaret’s Hope FTGFOP1 Tippy Clonal

    $26.00 CAD for 125g
    Subtle vegetal notes lie beneath the bright, floral character of this second flush offering. Brews a light, amber-gold cup with a honey finish. Margaret's Hope gets its name from Lady Margaret, the daughter of the garden manager Mr. Cruikshank. Lady Margaret loved the garden and promised to return to it from England. Unfortunately she died of a tropical disease on the way back and her hope remained unfulfilled. Formerly known as Bara Ringtong, the garden was then rechristened as Margaret's Hope.
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  • Risheehat FTGFOP1 Musk

    $24.00 CAD for 125g
    A lovely, full bodied Darjeeling tea with earthy, nutty overtones and a delightful finish of muscat grape and honey sweetness. Risheehat Tea Estate, meaning “Home of Holy Saints”, is located in a beautiful valley where the steep land topography, rich and fertile soil, temperature and rainfall, provide ideal growing conditions for producing the best organic teas.  
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  • Meleng Golden Tips

    $21.00 CAD for 125g
    This tea stood out in quality from the sample. The large leaf has abundant golden tip that yields an amber brew with hints of warm, sweet spices and malt. The estate was established in 1856 by J. E. Todd and is located near to Jorhat. Tea is grown on 840 hectares of land on the banks of the river of the same name.
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The Rainforest Alliance is built on four pillars of sustainable farming, i.e. conserving bio-diversity, ensuring sustainable livelihoods, natural resource conservation & effective planning and farm management systems. It sets standards for sustainability to conserve wildlife, wetlands & promote the well- being of workers & their communities.