Darjeeling Leaf Second Flush Decaffeinated. Out of stock

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The tea plantations of Darjeeling are located at over 2000 metres in the majestic Himalayas. Our Second Flush blend, from specially selected gardens, is excellent with or without milk. The leaves and tips, which are a little uneven, produce a strong full bodied cup. Caffeine is removed gently by the CO² high pressure method in order to retain as much of the characteristic Darjeeling flavour as possible.

Use 1 level teaspoon per cup and steep for 3 minutes in just boiled water.

PLEASE NOTE:  The classic full flavour of darjeeling tea is understandably reduced during decaffeination.  This tea is as close to the original as it can possibly be.



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  • 5
    Darjeeling Leaf 2nd flush decaff.

    Posted by Robin Downes on 18th Sep 2017

    Fine, thanks.

  • 2
    Darjeeling leaf second flush decaffeinated

    Posted by Roger on 27th Feb 2017

    Disappointing. Does not have the specific taste that I think of as darjeeling. Rather expensive for an ordinary cup of tea.

  • 5
    Need tea but no caffeine

    Posted by Unknown on 7th Jun 2016

    Astonished to find a de-caffeinated darjeeling and even more astonished to find one that tasted better than the normal 2nd. flush I normally purchase.

  • 5
    Light fragrant darjeeling

    Posted by vhaire on 5th Apr 2016

    Excellent caffeine-free darjeeling with no loss of flavour.

  • 5
    The no-compromise decaf

    Posted by Andy on 1st Mar 2016

    Having to change to decaf was not an easy task. Being a devoted Darjeeling drinker for a long time, locating a good alternative without harsh decaffeination processes, was not going to be easy.

    However, it was. Thanks to The Teapot and their Darjeeling Leaf Second Flush Decaffeinated. It's a wonderfully complex flavour that is also light and refreshing.

    I really look forward to my tea, even if it is decaffeinated!

  • 5
    Fine tea without the drug

    Posted by Seb on 14th Jul 2015

    I love tea for its taste but the caffeine is a liability in the evening. I find the brew from store-bought decaf teabags almost undrinkable, but addition of this decaf darjeeling transforms the experience. My new tipple.