Our Everyday tea originates from the Putharjhora tea garden in a region of India that serves as a gateway to Northeast India and Bhutan. The garden was rescued by the current owners, after years of neglect and bad agricultural practices. The community was suffering from low wages, bad treatment and excessive exposure to harmful pesticides widely used on non-organic tea estates. Now the estate is a beacon of hope in the area.
With a malty, smooth and lively taste it is perfect with or without milk.