Indians are tea lovers and you can’t miss this fact. My parents I know won’t have a good day if they don’t have their morning tea and evening tea. In this festive season I always wonder what different I can gift this year from last year. This time one of the gifts I zeroed in is Tea. I was like why not gift tea lovers’ organic, flavoured tea boxes.
I was searching online for authentic tea when I stumbled upon Teabox.com This is an online tea shop that delivers fresh tea from estates of Assam, Darjeeling, Nepal. Teabox are doing an amazing job in assorting variety of tea in beautiful gift packs.
For me I got Verve Teabox which is a gift of seven teas. The box closes with a magnetic clasp. You can keep in vertical or inside drawer. Once you open you are welcomed by leaflets that have tea for all seven days of week.
These are not just regular tea. There are flavours like Coombergram Classic Summer Black Tea, Margaret’s Hope Classic Spring Black Tea, Mountain Rose Tea, Bombay Cutting Chai, Kesar Delight Chai, Selim Hill Classic Spring Green and Chamomile Ray Tea. The flavours, their aroma is amazing. My parents were delighted to see this gift. And I paid only Rs. 637 for the box.
Then I also ordered some from Teabox. This is their very recent product. With their TeaPacks they ensure that the freshness of the loose leaf teas in teabags are kept perfectly intact using the nitrogen flush technology and this is the first of its kind in the world.
The website is also selling lot of tea ware and other tea gift boxes, gifting items. Do try something different this Diwali and I am sure this won’t make hole in your pocket as well.
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