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darjeeling tea

Health in every sip……

Darjeeling tea and its extracts are rich sources of polyphenolic compounds, which act as strong antioxidants. Epigalloc-atechin-3-gallate (EGCG) is major polyphenol compound found in Dargeeling tea. This polyphenolic compound and several related catechins are believed o be responsible for the health benefits associated with the consumption of Darjeeling tea. It is suggested that the EGCG exhibits anti-ammatory, anti-oxidant and immune-suppressive effects.

How to make perfect Darjeeling Tea Cup

After you have brought the kettle to a boil, allow the water to cool for about 3 minutes. The water should be hot but not boiling. Add 1 tea spoon (3 grams) of Darjeeling Tea for every cup of water in the Kettle. Do not brew for longer than 3 minutes as the Tea will become overly astringent and eventually bitter, Darjeeling Tea can be served with milk. Darjeeling Tea is good as for all ages of people and has many health benefits. To know more about health benefits of Darjeeling Tea please visit our website www.kgpateltea.com

green tea

Green Tea

Green tea and its extracts are rich sources of polyphenolic compounds, which act as strong antioxidants. Epigalloc-atechin-3-gallate (EGCG) is major polyphenol compound found in green tea. This polyphenolic compound and several related catechins are believed to be responsible for the health benefits associated with the consumptions of green tea. It is suggested that the EGCG exhibits anti-ammatory, anti-oxidant and immune-suppressive effects.

The potential health benefits as described to green tea and EGCG include antioxidant effects, cancer prevention, improving cardiovascular health, protecting the skin from damage caused by ionizing radiations and others. Recent research has also suggested insulin-like glucose-lowering properties of epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) in mammals.

How to make perfect Green Tea Cup

After you have brought the kettle to a boil, allow the water to cool for about 3 minutes. The water should be hot but not boiling. Add 1 tea spoon (3 grams) of Green Tea for every cup of water in the Kettle. Do not brew for longer than 3 minutes as the Tea will become overly astringent and eventually bitte. Adding a bit of fresh Mint (Pudina) or Lime or a couple of Cardmon seeds to taste is recommended. Sugar or Honey is optional, however Green Tea is never served with milk. Green Tea is good as for all ages of people and has many health benefits. To know more about health benefits of Green Tea please visit our website. www.kgpateltea.com

Black tea

How to Prepare a Black Tea

  • 1. Take Fresh Water

    Chemical & Iron content of water should be low; do not use

  • 2. Bring it to a Full Boil

    But it should not boil for more than a minute

  • 3. In the Meantime

    From the tea box take tea use a tea spoon to avoid of taintaing

  • 4. Weight the Tea

    The weight should be 2.5 gms for all varities of tea. For 4 ounces of water.

  • 5. Pour Tea into Boiling Water

    As water comes to boil quickly pour, infuse tea leaf into pot Cover the pot with lid & boil it for 3 minutes, add milk sugar as per your juice

  • 6. Decant the Brew

    As soon as the infusion period is over upturn the pot in to the cup & let the brew drain away fully.